The current Executive Chairman of News Corporation and Executive Co-Chairman of Twenty-First Century Fox, Rupert Murdoch is seen talking on Sky News on television screens in an electrical store in Edinburgh, March 3, 2011. REUTERS/David Moir
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Americans world's biggest TV addicts, watching 4 hours a dayThe average person around the world spent nearly three hours a day in front their television last year, according to a report released Monday.Americans and Canadians are the biggest TV addicts, said the report, watching four hours and three minutes on average daily.In Sweden, one of the most digitally advanced countries in the world, young adults watched slightly less than two hours of TV a day.Eurodata TV found that most young people who watched programmes on the Internet and on replay services were logging on for show aimed specifically at them.
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