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Soon You'll Have No Reason To Plug An Antenna Into Your TV

The last year has been a tough time for free to air TV. Even Freeview, the peak body representing the FTA channels, says viewing habits have “changed dramatically” — everyone is using their phones instead. Netflix and Stan and catch-up apps from every major digital TV channel means that you don’t need to watch TV, unless you’re dead-set on watching The Bachelor live and in real time.
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