Live TV is dying, advertisers likely to spend $9B anyway

With DVR penetration nearing 50 percent of American households, and with the majority of homes already watching video on demand, Americans are slowly moving away from a former mainstay of television viewing: Live TV. Nevertheless, this week's upfronts, that put advertisers and broadcast networks together, are likely to result in $9 billion worth of business. Article

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