Television is “by far the primary source for sports,” with 56 per cent of anglophone sports fans using their TV as their main source for sports content, according to a Media Technology Monitor report. MTM, a joint research project between CBC/Radio-Canada and BBM Analytics, said in a report released Tuesday that 23 per cent consider the Internet as their main source for sports content, while nine per cent identified print media and nine per cent radio as their main source. The report said 41 per cent of anglophones watch sports channels on television, with 39 per cent watching TSN or TSN 2. MTM said 37 per cent have accessed sports content online, 27 per cent have read sports news or looked up scores, while only 11 per cent have watched live TV on the Internet. “About a third of people who watch highlights, commentary and sports videos online use a smartphone to do so,” MTM said. “This represents 5% of the population.” The report was based on the results of a telephone survey of 3,756 anglophone Canadians in the fall of 2012.