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Average number of receivable and tuned channels per TV household in the United States from 2008 to 2013

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Number of receivable and tuned channels per U.S. TV household 2008-2013 The graph shows the average number of receivable and tuned channels per TV household in the united States from 2008 to 2013. Although the number of channels received at U.S. households was rising and reached 189.1 in 2013, the average number of tuned channels remained at the level of approximately 17 channels per TV household.
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The graph shows the average number of receivable and tuned channels per TV household in the united States from 2008 to 2013. Although the number of channels received at U.S. households was rising and reached 189.1 in 2013, the average number of tuned channels remained at the level of approximately 17 channels per TV household.
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May 2014
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United States
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2008 to 2013

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