We love our TV, but most of us aren’t using most of the pay-TV package that we’re paying for.
Bruce Springsteen famously sings about how “there’s 57 channels and nothin’ on.” In reality, for most traditional cable customers, there’s nearly 200 channels and a few things on.
The average household in the United States spent seven hours and 50 minutes a day watching TV in 2017, according to Nielsen. That’s actually down from a peak of eight hours and 55 minutes in 2009, but it’s still a stunning amount of time spent in front of the television.
Based on the time spent watching TV, a cable subscription actually offers a pretty good value. The problem is that most people only watch a fraction of the channels they have access to, according to a new study from Cordcutting...Read More