For me, YouTube, Hulu, and the ability to pick up radio stations on the Internet, has mostly replaced actual television and radio. On YouTube I like to musically take a trip down memory lane, somewhat, and watch music videos of my favorite music from various genres, from the 1980s and 1990s. I like to watch the Kung Fu flicks of the 1970s, that had been my passion as I was coming of age in the 1980s.
I have a passion for black and white film noir movies and old-time radio anthology programs of all kinds -- YouTube is able to satisfy this desire as well. And sometimes one finds amusing people and videos on the Tube, of course. The other thing I like to do is watch videos of historians, economists, political analysts, etc, discussing public affairs -- this I do constantly.
There are certain news and information websites I peek in on, occasionally. And that, sashas89, is how I spend my time. I don't do FaceBook or anything like that.