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  • Francopoli

    If you are a male aged 15-30 you are watching less and less television. The only TV this demographic still regularly takes part in is sports. And now even sports are falling by the way side in favor of streaming services. As someone who sees TV as a cancer, this is great news. Netflix and Amazon Prime combined are roughly two months of cable, and if you watch a show a year later than the air date, is it not the same media?

    Between the shift from traditional cable and TV, Google Fiber now spreading, and the demographic shift away from passive entertainment, TV broadcasting is in trouble.

  • Gozzin

    With them continuing to jack up the prices and add ever more advertisements, honestly,what else did they think would happen? People eventually say enough is enough. We did years ago..What worries me is they will eventually do the same with Internet and only the 1% will be able to afford it.

    • ttubravesrock

      My wife and I have discussed cutting internet at home. We cut TV about 9 years ago and haven't missed it. We KNOW that we would both be more productive around the house if we didn't have internet.

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