Video: Bad News for Broadcasters

People are still watching TV, a study says, but liking it less

In Las Vegas, a city where optimism is an occupational hazard, junketing television broadcasters were dealt a bad hand last week. The dealer, ironically, was the National Association of Broadcasters, a trade organization that usually touts the future of TV in royal flush terms. At a press conference during its annual convention, the N.A.B. released a study that resembled an elaborate good-news/bad-news joke. The good news: Americans are watching as much television as before. The bad news: they like it a whole...

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