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The TV is no longer people's favourite screen

We’ve heard it before – TV is dead. But new research from Accenture shows just how fast it’s happening; overall media consumption continues to rise, though people are now spending less time in front of the living room TV, instead opting for the convenience of smaller, portable ones.

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