viewing time

viewing time

[′vyü·iŋ ‚tīm]
(electronics)
Time during which a storage tube is presenting a visible output corresponding to the stored information.
References in periodicals archive ?
* SIR - I read in the TV listings for last Sunday that one of the highlights for peak viewing time was "How To Build A Super Jumbo Wing" (good viewing).
In addition, more than 18% of 2-year-old children had a TV in their bedrooms, and more than one-third of those children clocked more than 2 hours' daily viewing time. Mothers who were not Hispanic or black and mothers who had taken fewer than four outings with the child during the preceding week were more likely to have 2-year-olds who watched that much TV.
Excessive exposure of children to television and videos (viewing time) is associated with impaired childhood development (1) and childhood obesity (2).
According to ATR, the Barb figures reveal Racing UK's peak quarter-hour audience of 12,581, during free viewing time at 11.15pm for Conduit's Turf win.
Which meant we had two restaurants - one in Okehampton, Devon and one in Sheffield - instead of one, and two hours of viewing time instead of one.
However, greater television viewing time was linked to greater odds of being overweight in 65% of the countries.
This special prize, with a RRP of nearly pounds 135, has, in total, 18 discs (66episodes) with more than 45 hours of viewing time.
And the kids won't thank them for it when it comes to viewing time.
That equates to less than half a percent of the average users potential viewing time. What message am I trying to get across?
Some of the other things the report looks are: viewing time by ethnicity, time-shifting and VOD in primetime by city, smartphone and tablet penetration by LPM market, and an exhaustive market comparison between San Francisco, CA and Cincinnati, OH to illustrate the differentiation in crucial indices.
The studies involved interviews probing lifestyle habits related to activity such as TV viewing time, sitting time at home and work, and total sitting time.
According to the editors of StarDate magazine, prime viewing time begins after midnight, with the constellation Perseus in fine view in the northeast.