Radio and television are going strong.
Canadians spent more time listening to radio and watching T-V last year than in 2010.
The federal broadcast regulator says Canadians watched an average of 28.5 hours of T-V a week, up from 28 hours in 2010.
Radio listening rose from 17.6 to 17.7 hours a week.
Watching television on the internet is on the increase, rising to an average of 2.8 hours a week.
C-R-T-C chairman Jean-Pierre Blais says this suggests Canadians are enthusiastic consumers of creative content, whatever the platform.