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The good news for advertisers and publishers is that older generations will likely continue to watch and pay for content as they have been--the traditional market isn't disappearing overnight--but advertisers will need to seek out new ways to reach younger viewers who are clearly cutting the cord and opting for on-demand video delivery across delivery channels that didn't even exist 10 years ago.
ON THIS DAY LAST YEAR: Childbirth experts queried NHS's policy of 50 years after research suggests cutting the cord too early puts babies at risk.
When my first child appeared safe and well and they were still cutting the cord, my next thought was, 'Thank goodness, I can be me again'.
The active management involves administration of oxytocic drugs, clamping and cutting the cord as well as controlled cord traction.
Cutting the cord is instead discouraged as it could still pose a danger.
So it was with special interest that I sat through many sessions at Streaming Media East about cutting the cord and over-the-top video, listening to experts say that most people weren't really giving up cable.