Television consumption in Germany as of February 2019, by age group

Daily time spent watching television in Germany as of February 19th, 2019, by age group (in minutes)

Television consumption in Germany as of February 2019, by age group This statistic shows data on the daily television consumption in Germany, by age group. As of February 19, 2019, German television viewers spent an average of 213 minutes watching TV, according to the AFG/GfK TV panel. Viewers aged 14 years and older spent even more time in front of the TV that day, at 232 minutes.
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Daily time spent watching television in Germany as of February 19th, 2019, by age group (in minutes)

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Daily TV consumption in minutes
Total (3 years and older)213
3-13 years44
14 years and older232
14-29 years80
14-39 years107
14-49 years137
14-59 years174
14-69 years204
Daily TV consumption in minutes
Total (3 years and older)213
3-13 years44
14 years and older232
14-29 years80
14-39 years107
14-49 years137
14-59 years174
14-69 years204
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This statistic shows data on the daily television consumption in Germany, by age group. As of February 19, 2019, German television viewers spent an average of 213 minutes watching TV, according to the AFG/GfK TV panel. Viewers aged 14 years and older spent even more time in front of the TV that day, at 232 minutes.
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Release date
February 2019
Region
Germany
Survey time period
February 19, 2019
Age group
3 years and older
Special properties
TV Scope, TV panel D+EU; 3:00 to 3:00
Supplementary notes
The Arbeitsgemeinschaft Fernsehforschung (AGF) is an association of the German TV channels ARD, ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG. Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland and ZDF with the shared goal of continuously gathering quantitative data on the content of moving images in Germany.
The AGF-TV-panel is comprised of 5,000 daily reporting households (TV panel D+EU), which include a total of 10,000 people. Therefore, the TV panel depicts the TV usage habits of 75.68 million persons aged three years and older, or 38.8 million TV households (as of January 1, 2018).
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