Cable TV Viewing Bounds Ahead Of Broadcast, But Gains Uneven

USA Today, Tuesday, December 31, 2013 12:22 PM
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What cord-cutting? Despite the growth of on-demand video streaming, cable TV also had some impressive gains: "Viewers spent a record 17.2 hours per week watching ad-supported cable networks in 2013, rebounding from a slight dip last year, while the big four networks claimed a combined 7.5 hours, another low," writes Gary Levin. Still, "half of the top cable networks saw prime-time audience declines."
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