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Looking for a little diversion over the holidays?

Looking for a little diversion over the holidays?

New Zealanders are active users of online as an entertainment medium. Overall, just under 30% of regular internet users have listened to music online in the last four weeks, according to Nielsen//NetRatings Netwatch in Q3 2005. This proportion is even higher for the younger age demographics – 50% of regular internet users aged 10 – 19 have listened to music online, and 42% of those aged 20 – 29 have also done so.

Below is a ranking of the websites in the entertainment category in Market Intelligence, ranked by unique browsers.

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