Traditional Media Try to Adapt to Changing Viewer Habits, but Usually Fall Short

For more than 20 years, the business of owning cable TV channels was seemingly too good to be true. But in short order, investors began to see channels that don’t own their own shows as merely renters of programming — middleman distributors destined to be outmoded by streaming platforms.

Source: Traditional Media Try to Adapt to Changing Viewer Habits, but Usually Fall Short

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