Traditional TV deals are less desirable compared to what Netflix, Hulu and what's on offer on the Internet in general.

Growing up, most of my friends had cable television, but whenever I brought it up, my parents would always say that I watched enough TV already (which was true). So it was always a treat when we went somewhere like a hotel, where there were more than five channels. I didn't know what any of the shows were, but it sure was fun pressing buttons on the remote. Today, I still don't know what most of the shows are, but the novelty is gone. Flowing Data

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