The median age of people who watch television during primetime hours hit 50 this past TV season, the oldest it's been since such things started being tracked. Now, this number only takes into account people watching TV live, not those who watch shows on DVRs, online, or through iTunes. But I'm still curious to find out if there's anything to the notion that younger folks aren't watching as much TV as the older population. So here's my question: Do you think you watch more or less primetime TV than your parents' generation?
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