Some surprises and some yawners.
"In the past year, Americans have significantly increased the amount of timeshifted TV they watch and decreased their PC-based internet usage, according to Nielsen’s Q1 2010 Three Screens Report."
You can read a summary and download the full report here. Some additional highlights -
—292 million people in the US own at least one TV.
—More than half of US TV households now have HDTV, up 189% from Q1 2008.
—High-speed broadband internet access is in 63.5% of homes.
—Nearly 25% of homes have smartphones.
—Fifty-five percent of mobile video viewers are adults 25-49.
—The average monthly time spent simultaneously watching TV and using the internet increased 9.8% year-over-year in Q1 2010 to three hours and 41 minutes.
In related research, the Pew Research Center reports that in the past year 52% of U.S. adults, and 69% of U.S. adult internet users, have used the Internet to watch or download video. More on that research here.