90% Of All Croatians Watched One Broadcast Live: What Are The TV Habits In The Balkan Region?

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In the countries of the Balkan region, TV is an important part of everyday life, given that an average number of minutes that an individual is spending watching TV content is 262 minutes per day according to Nielsen Audience Measurement.
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