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Things are not so for of televisions in the U.K. The of homes with a TV fell for the first time ever. After years of television increasing, the is happening. The number of U.K. homes with a TV fell from 26.33 in 2012 to 26.02 million in 2013 - a of 300,000. The first on TV ownership in Britain was in 1956. Only 30 per cent of had a TV. This increased to 93 per cent in the .

The fall in TV is because of tablets, phones and . People now watch 'catch-up' TV, which is when they record and watch them later on devices. Catch-up TV is becoming very . The BBC said that 47 per cent of use its iPlayer on tablets or mobiles. It was 25 per cent in 2012. Fifteen per cent of 18-24-year- watch TV on a laptop, compared to the U.K. of 3 per cent.

 
 

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