Stream TV - VS - Cable TV

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[Paid Service + Advertising] is the [Paid Service + Advertising]. Now with new streaming TV services we're seeing [Paid Service + Advertising] again.
Does anyone think streaming TV services will slowly be pared back to [Free Service + Advertising] because of consumer expectations of digital services? Once you've gotten something for free, it seems counterintuitive to go for TV + Ads,

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Hello @Charliecharles and welcome to OmaYhteisö! :)

Interesting topic, I must admit. I've been wondering the same personally, as first paid streaming platforms were free of the advertising as you paid them money. Now it seems that the services are moving more and more to paid subscription with advertisements, which imo isn't the rightest way of doing the service as paid subscription was initially for the subscribers to get rid of advertisements. Same goes with paid TV channels. I accept content advertisement in both cases, especially when you can skip them at will in streaming services (Prime Videos for example) as they promote new content to you, and I consider that this is fine as I've learned a lot of new series and movies through this :)

I think that there should be both available, free subscription with third party advertisement and paid subscription without advertisement. With cable TV channels I'm thinking that the concept should be the same, if you pay for the company you shouldn't need to deal with advertisement other than channel's company's own
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