What's more important to you, out of your tv, computer, or mobile phone?
Industry analysts Forrester posed this in a poll, and found tv came tops.
However, looking more closely, tv was bottom in the 18 - 26 age group. A portent for the future: Further evidence that competition for people's attention is fierce, and that tv no longer plays the central role in lives of the young that it once did.
Interestingly, that age group rated computers above phones. Further, computers were tops with more affluent people. It's likely fewer of the less affluent have computers - again, evidence they spend money on tv first. (Well, it's also cheaper.)
Also suggestive that the digital divide is entrenching itself. If you consider computers (and thus internet) absolutely key to one's access to information and knowledge, then this is certainly an issue for public policy makers.