Norwegians watch less TV

Published 7 March 2024
- By Editorial Staff
On average, Norwegians watch 105 minutes of television per day.

According to a new survey, television viewing in Norway has declined. The biggest drop was recorded by the state broadcaster NRK.

In February this year, Norwegians watched an average of 105 minutes of television per day, according to figures from Kantar. This is 22 minutes less than last year, according to Norwegian media group Kampanje.

Despite the decline, the TV channels of Warner Bros Discovery, which owns CNN, Discovery Channel and HBO, increased by 2.4 percentage points compared to last year. Together, these channels accounted for 14.7 per cent of all TV viewing among Norwegians aged 10 to 79.

NRK suffered the biggest drop, losing 3.4 percentage points of its share compared to last year. In February, the state-owned broadcaster and its channels had an overall share of 40.8 per cent.

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