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Number Of UK Homes With Television Falls For First Time

The number of UK homes with a TV has fallen for the first time, as viewers turn to alternatives including tablets and smartphones to watch programmes. Ofcom said that after years of consecutive growth, the number of households with a television set fell from 26.33m at the end of 2012 to 26.02m at the end of last year. The media regulator said that nearly one million homes have a broadband connection, but no TV, indicating that other Internet-connected devices are being used to view content.

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