Spain's television consumption stood at 4 hours and 13 minutes on average per person per day during March, according to data provided by Windward. This is 14 minutes less than in February, when it reached the consumer record, and one minute less than in March 2011.

The autonomous community of Andalusia, with 269 minutes on average per person per day, led the ranking in Spain, followed by Aragon - 267 minutes. Meanwhile, Galicia is the lowest with 214 minutes.

Meanwhile, consumption of DTT was up one tenth from the previous month, to 80.1%. Satellite dropped to 5% while cable rose to 14.9%.

Catalonia is the region that uses DTT the most. The Basque country and Asturias are the leading cable users and, finally, Aragon leads the ranking of satellite.