Reuters reports that Internet users watch less television than non-Internet users. This is about as insightful as saying that non-drivers get in less vehicular accidents than drivers:
A few years ago, a UCLA study determined that Americans who surf the Internet watch less television. Now, an international version of that same study concludes that to be a worldwide pattern. Example: In Hungary, non-Internet surfers watch 17.5 hours of TV per week, while those who use the Internet watch only 11.8 hours per week, a difference of 5.7 hours.
Usually when surveys like this are publicized, you have to pay thousands of dollars to see the complete results (as opposed to the factoids included in the press release). Not so here. The World Internet Project has posted the entire 89 page report (PDF) for all to, uh, enjoy.