Do DVRs Really Make You Watch More TV?

The introduction of digital video recorders (DVRs) into the American television landscape may have advertisers running scared, but those who produce actual programs have long assumed that the ability to automatically record dozens of programs and watch them later would lead to Americans spending more time in front of their sets. But at least one new survey suggests that viewers with DVRs actually watch less TV than those without.

Source: The New York Times - 07/31/06