If the writers' strike continues to affect television programming, viewers are likely to turn to the Internet for their entertainment, according to a poll released today (Tuesday) by the Wi-Fi Alliance and Kelton Research. Results of the poll indicated that 50 percent of TV viewers are either already going online more for entertainment or plan to do so. The survey sampled Wi-Fi users ages 18-55, the key group courted by advertisers.
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