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2011

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  1. CableTV.com 2011 Year in Review

    2011 was a big year for cabletv.com. Not only did we launch the site mid-way through the year, we got a lot of great exposure from sites like AdWeek, BuzzFeed,…

  2. Christmas ads, then and now.

    Christmas isn’t what it used to be, that much is certain. Case and point: TV advertisements. Or, more specifically: holiday TV ads. Just a few, short decades ago, holiday advertising…

  3. How Has TV Entertainment Changed During 2011?

    With tech pundits, know-it-alls, and marketing agencies all clamoring about television’s Internet revolution, it’s important to remember that “the revolution” has already passed us by, and that we (the tech-hungry…

  4. Get a free guide to buying a TV.

    We’re giving away a FREE guide to buying a new TV over on our Facebook page. This guide is jammed packed full of helpful tips on how to find the…

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  5. Why China's ban on TV ads only hurts viewers.

    Recently it was announced that ads will be banned from the middle of TV dramas in China starting January 1st, 2012. In China, this strategy is a step towards tightening…

  6. 5 ways to find the best holiday TV deals.

    Looking to get a new TV for the holidays this year? Whether you’re giving a TV away as a gift or planning to get one for yourself, there’s a lot…

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  7. What your TV knows that you don’t

    You’re watching a favorite weekday cable tv show at home and decide to see which of your friends might be tuned in as well. So you get out your phone…

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  8. The future of television? It’s in the apps.

    “When you’re young, you look at television and think, there’s a conspiracy. The networks have conspired to dumb us down. But when you get a little older, you realize that’s…

  9. How much does a 30 second TV ad cost? (Video infographic)

    Did you know that in the United States a 30 second television ad on a Wednesday night averages between $64,000 and $502,900, depending on the network. That’s a lot of…

  10. Are Presidential Debates becoming the new reality TV?

    There are several people who stand on a brightly-lit stage and answer questions, one after the other. The answers these people give can define their future, can make or break…