Why we’re still fascinated by live TVAlthough mobile and on-demand services are on the increase thanks to a lot of healthy competition, the British public still consider live TV to be a bit of an occasion. Consequently – as the TV Licensing organisation has discovered – just 0.1 per cent of us take full advantage of the breadth of TV available, with the rest preferring to sit on the sofa and watch on increasingly bigger screens. It seems we still like to consume TV when it’s broadcast live, instead of watching it on catchup services at a later date

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