Just How Far Will TV Ad Spending Dip?

  Forbes.com 

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TV's share of total U.S. ad spending will drop below 30% this year for the first time ever, reflecting secular shifts in viewer habits. Ad dollars will fall by nearly $4 billion from 2018 to 2023.
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