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Millennials discontinuing TV set use at record rate

Wednesday 18 February 2015 | 16:34 CET | News
Younger television viewers, the most important audience for advertisers, have been abandoning their TV sets at more than double the rate of previous years, according to a new report from Nielsen, The New York Post reported. 

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