The television age is coming to an end for teenage Hong Kong boys, who now spend more time on the Internet than sitting in front of the TV. An NFO WorldGroup survey found boys aged 15 to 19 spend 34 per cent of their 'media consumption time' on the Internet. Television came second, accounting for 31 per cent, followed by newspapers and magazines (26 per cent) and radio (9 per cent). NFO WorldGroup director Stephen Yap said that the Internet offered a social experience to boys, who often visit cyber cafes - the modern equivalent of the amusement arcade - to play Internet games with friends. Television remains the most popular medium for teenage girls, accounting for 33 per cent of their media consumption time, followed by newspapers and magazines (31 per cent), Internet (25 per cent) and radio (11 per cent).