The early returns from Arbitron’s Personal People Meter tests suggest that the overwhelming majority of TV viewers watch shows when broadcast, and not on DVRs, and that 80% of recorded programming was viewed within 48 hours of broadcast. The research also suggests that DVRs are bringing new viewers to shows and not disrupting the audience that watches during the original broadcast. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB113020001206978306.html?mod=home_us_inside_today
It seems we are all still pretty much real-time in our consumption. I was suprised.
The arbitron site also has summary results from a Houston People Meter study by coincidence for the locals.