The latest BARB figures for online TV viewing make for interesting reading (this figures relate to TV, not overall video viewing, so are subject to a large pinch of salt since viewers are often confused between live and on demand, especially when it comes to TV services - over 85% of British internet users claim to have watched videos online.)
In the previous week, 14.9% of respondents said they had watched TV via a PC, laptop or tablet, compared to 14.4% a year previously and 14.8% in June 2011.
In the previous month, 25% of respondents said they had watched online TV, up from 24.8% in June and 23.6% a year earlier.
Finally, 36.2% said they had ever watched TV via the internet, up from 34.3% in June and 34.4% in November 2010.
BARB hypothesises that the slowdown in growth could be due to increased DVR penetration and the availability of catch-up services on connected TVs.
Meanwhile, around 7% of respondents to the survey claimed to have ever watched TV via their mobile phones, up from 5% a year earlier,
Perhaps more relevant is that 14% of 15-34 year-olds have watched TV on their mobiles, rising from 8.9% a year earlier.