Weekly time spent with select media in the United States in 3rd quarter 2016, by age group (in minutes)

The graph illustrates the weekly time spent with selected media in the United States in the third quarter of 2016, broken down by age group. It was found that consumers aged between 18 and 24 years spent 620 minutes (10 hours 20 minutes) per week listening to the radio.

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 18-2425-3435-4950-6465 and older
Live+DVR/time-shifted TV - - - - -
DVR/time-shifted TV - - - - -
AM/FM radio - - - - -
DVD/Blu-ray device - - - - -
Game console - - - - -
Multimedia device - - - - -
Internet on a PC - - - - -
Video on a PC - - - - -
App/web on a smartphone - - - - -
Video on a smartphone - - - - -
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