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  • Consumers cut down on cable TV
  • Consumers cut down on cable TV
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Consumers cut down on cable TV

How do you watch your favourite TV shows? Do you look forward to your weekly fix of Peep Show on a Wednesday night or do you binge watch The Walking Dead at the weekend? As consumers recognise the convenience of online streaming, more of us are ditching the TV for the web.

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