Consumption of music videos has changed a lot in the last decade.
When music videos first kicked off you would watch a music video on channels such as MTV and on normal TV. Sometimes they might be a music video as part of a EP but that was a rarity.
Aswell as the addition of digital revolution in television which has caused countless music channels to spring up spanning a wide range of genres such as Lava, Scuzz and NME.
Personally music videos are a large part of what i watch at home, usually when i switch on the TV i go to the music channels and switched between the different channels (such as NME, Bliss, Kerrang!) until i find a song i like.
Because on music channels i don't get to choose what i see (unless i vote which costs £1 each time, and i wouldnt waste my money doing that) i usually just sit back and view the videos over the music and try out new bands which has led to me finding out new bands which i have fallen in love with.
Though sometimes i find that a band i like has just released a new video and instead of waiting to see if it pops up on TV i often go to large video sharing websites like Youtube and find the video on their. This way is free and quick.
How other's consume Music Video's
I ran a poll of 30 people to see how they consumed music videos, the results are below presented in a Pie chart.