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  • Pranav

    November 14, 2022 at 6:37 PM

    The graph illustrates the percentage of audiences for radio and television throughout the day in the winter of 1992.<div> Overall, it can be seen that people tend to listen to the radio more in the morning whereas the peak viewership for television is during evening time. Also, there is much more audience for television compared to the radio.</div><div> Firstly, starting with the radio, at 6:00 AM the audience for the radio is (nearly 6-7%) more than that of television (0%). The number of audience keeps increasing till it reaches it’s peak of nearly 26-27% at 8:30 AM approximately. After that, till the next morning, there is a steady decline in the number of listeners of radio except 2 rises(nearly at 4:00 PM and 10:00 PM).</div><div> Moving on to television, the audience for television is 0% at 6 in the morning, but it shows growth up to nearly 20% till 4:00 PM with few ups and downs. After 4:00 PM, the number of television viewers surges, reaching it’s peak of nearly 45% at 8:00 PM. Soon after at 9:00 PM, the audience for television starts plummeting till it gets to nearly 0% at 2:00 AM the next day and afterwards, it continues to be in the nearby range for next 4 hours.</div>

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