Traditional television viewing is still dominant. But IPTV-enabled TV homes -- those with Internet-connected TVs -- continue to climb and look to make an impact in future years.
Nielsen says IPTV-enabled TV viewing is now 5% of those homes' total TV viewing, as of February 2012. Four months before, it held a 2% share.
As of February, 10.4% of all TV homes had an IPTV compared to just 4.7% that same month a year prior, according to a recent Nielsen study.
Big-screen regular TV still commands virtually all viewing -- a 94% share with U.S. viewers watching 35 hours of TV across all screens.