Chris Moerdyk writes – May 04, 2018 – “New York: I am going to be in New York for a month but it has only taken a week or so to have my eyes opened to the terrifying outlook for traditional mass media.”
“The first thing that struck me was the complete lack of those ubiquitous rooftop TV aerials, now long gone; in fact, there are no satellite dishes but frankly, there never were many anyway because US networks opted for cable right from the start.
But now, consumers are ditching cable TV a lot faster than Wall Street analysts predicted, with online growing like topsy.
New York is all online.
Most striking of all, though, is that it is quite hard to buy a newspaper….”
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