Nearly one-third of millennials don’t think they need a TV

That’s because 83 percent of 18-29 year olds are getting some, most, or all of their television online. Could we experience the death of TV in our lifetime?

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All that tin foil. All that adjusting of the antennas to get the picture to hold for a mere two or three seconds—I have no idea why we thought it was fun.

I wonder whether we would have enjoyed it as much if we were huddled around a laptop computer, waiting for the “I Love Lucy” reruns to buffer.

Probably not, although that’s becoming the reality in the U.S. as Americans embrace online video at a historic rate.

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