People Cancel Cable and Watch Video Online, According to Ancient Print Newspaper

The Wall Street Journal (a really old newspaper that a lot of people read… some of whom aren’t directly responsible for the financial crisis) reports that although only about 1% of people have moved entirely to online-video instead of via cable… people are dropping cable TV to save money.

Integrated Media Measurement Inc., reported that 20% of viewers in the firm’s 3,200-person panel watched some prime-time network television online, up from roughly 6% in the fall. Half of those online viewers said they were no longer watching those shows on television.

To be honest I kinda stopped reading the article because it was long and it’s the Wall Street Journal. But I wanted to write about it so I could includ the picture of a guy (not a girl) blowing out his cable like it was a birthday candle.

 

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