NZ net surfers turning off TV, switching off radio

Latest data from the World Internet Project finds New Zealand is number one in education, in the middle of the pack for abandoning broadcast TV, and second-to-bottom in broadband penetration.The project, backed locally by AUT University, the National Library and InternetNZ, employed a private research organisation to interview 1430 New Zealanders on their internet grazing habits, which were then compared against respondents from 29 other countries. Users Young And Urban: NZ Research Highlights Differences Between Broadband And Dial Up Users
New Zealand broadband users perceive the Internet as more important in their daily life compared with those who use a dialup service according to the latest findings from the World Internet Project.Researchers at AUT University’s Institute of Culture, Discourse & Communication have been conducting further analysis on the New Zealand results within a global survey that studies the social impact of the Internet.

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