Jul 04, 2015

How Netflix and On-Demand is Changing TV Forever

With the rise of Netflix, we've seen more and more people cutting the cord and getting rid of traditional cable packages. It's no secret that paying for cable is expensive, and paying that bill every month hurts. As it turns out, the rise of on-demand services such as Netflix, Hulu Plus, and others have changed…

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