Scots Spend More than Two Months a Year Watching TV, says Report

Scots spend more than two months a year watching television, reports several newspapers today.

Research conducted by the TV Licensing body has also reportedly revealed that about a quarter of viewers are simultanesouly talking to people online about what they are watching.

The TeleScope 2012 report, which looks at TV viewing habits, showed that people consume, on average, 28 hours of TV a week, including two hours of 'catch-up'.

It's also been reported that a further four hours a week of television is viewed on mobile devices like laptops, tablets and smartphones.