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Have young people killed television?

US internet advertising revenues for 2017 hit $88 billion, compared to just $70.1 billion for TV. Image: REUTERS/Eric Thayer

Adam Jezard

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Global Online Media Usage will surpass TV in 2018 Online advertising beats traditional TV for first time last year with $88B Image: Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) 2017 annual report

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