I barely listen to terrestrial radio anymore. Spotify, Slacker, et al, + podcasts all on my phone which connects via bluetooth to my car stereo or home stereo as I power them on. I turn on the radio for nostalgia's sake. Traditional tv stations (including satcasters, cable networks) are little more than content aggregators, making them little different than Netflix or Apple Music. All that matters is whom the content creator has distribution exclusivity with (if any).
I merely stated the fact that cable TV is being dropped like a rock and people who are going to watch WPWR today are more likely to watch via an antenna than via cable or satellite - because it isn't worth paying the extra fees for such quaint relics as a local TV station.
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