Monday, May 31, 2010

Causality much?

Brian Stelter at the NY Times gets spun:
Fully half of the United States is now watching television in high definition, the fastest adoption of TV technology since the VCR hit store shelves in the 1980s.
With the adoption comes good news for networks and Hollywood studios: HD lures viewers to TV for longer periods of time. According to The Nielsen Company, high-definition households watch about 3 percent more prime-time programming than their standard-definition counterparts. [Emphasis added.]
Yeah.  The other possibility is that people who watch TV more are more likely to buy HD.

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