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Number of the Day

Daytime Is the New Prime Time, by the Numbers

Remote workers are watching more TV during working hours

26 — How many more minutes of TV work-from-home professionals and managers watch daily during work hours this year (Nielsen)
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26: That’s the increased number of minutes that professionals and managers working from home spent watching TV during work hours, as of October, according to Nielsen. A spike in daytime viewing (defined as 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.) was expected…

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