From Adnan M. of The Arts Guild:
Television is not dead. It’s evolving.
The 2014 CRTC report showed an increase in weekly viewing from 1.3 hours in 2012 to 1.9 hours in 2013. Digital is for sure on the rise, and more people – especially in the younger age brackets of 18-35 – are opting out of traditional TV, and opting into options that allow them to consume media on multiple devices, allowing them to engage with their shows beyond the simple concept of “watching” them.
The question, however, is if TV is dying (or dead, according to some people)? No. It’s not. Continue reading.
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