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As the 2016 presidential election winds down, the media is in a bind.

Some are eager to go back to their jobs and some are desperate to get out.

What’s more, we know that the future of the news business rests in the hands of an increasingly large audience.

And if you ask me, there are too many reasons to believe that we’re going to see more stories, more stories that make money, more content.

But as we get ready for the new year, let’s get back to basics.

I have a message for the cable industry.

The news media will be gone by 2020.

But we don’t need it to be gone.

It’s going to be a new business.

As a matter of fact, we’re already on a trajectory to a new era in the news.

Let’s talk about what’s going on, what we’re doing, and how it’s impacting our audiences.

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The cable business is already changing How does a new cable-television business look like?

The cable industry is growing rapidly, and the number of people subscribing to cable-TV services has doubled in just the last 10 years.

But the biggest changes are happening in the entertainment sector.

This year, a majority of all U.S. households have already subscribed to Netflix.

The average American household streams about 100 hours of television a month.

This number has increased by nearly two-thirds in just 10 years, according to a report by the media research firm Kantar Media/CMAG.

Netflix has already become the biggest pay-TV provider in the U.K. and Germany.

The company’s revenue in the United States is projected to reach $6.3 billion in 2021.

Its service has also created a lucrative new business: licensing rights to live sporting events.

ESPN, the parent company of ESPN, has signed deals to broadcast live sporting matches.

The league’s top sports broadcaster, Roger Goodell, will be the commissioner of the NFL, and ESPN has a huge deal with the NFL Network.

The NHL is looking to sign a new television rights deal with CBS.

In fact, the NHL is negotiating a multi-year deal with Comcast, one of the biggest broadcast companies in the world.

The NBA is also considering a television deal with a big cable network.

The MLB is also developing an online service.

The NFL is also trying to get a new deal with Fox Sports.

The UFC is also exploring an exclusive digital deal with Hulu.

All of these companies are looking to become major players in the media space.

And it’s a big deal.

Over the next 10 years alone, cable television is projected by the research firm PricewaterhouseCoopers to generate $1.5 trillion in revenue for the U, and by 2021, that number is expected to exceed $4 trillion.

If you’re an investor, you have to believe these companies will be successful.

And many of them are.

There are other companies in this space, too.

But none of them is as big or as powerful as Comcast.

In 2015, Comcast announced a $50 billion takeover of NBCUniversal, and it has been acquiring smaller media companies, including ESPN and The Associated Press.

And in 2018, Comcast bought Time Warner for $85 billion, and has since become one of three major media companies in America.

This is where the real competition comes in.

With a combined audience of about 50 million, the cable-news business is the third-largest in the country.

And now, with the new cable television business, Comcast is in the position of competing with the likes of Fox, ABC, and CBS.

The key to success for the company is its digital distribution platform, called NBC News, which it recently launched with an agreement with Time Warner.

Comcast also has been experimenting with live sporting broadcasts, which could be a major boost for the sports network.

ESPN is also experimenting with digital video and audio streaming, a new industry that has taken off in the last few years.

Comcast is one of several companies that are testing these new technologies and are also working on new sports and entertainment programming.

For example, NBC has partnered with NBC Sports, the digital streaming network, to develop a sports series.

NBC is also partnering with ESPN to create live sporting coverage.

ESPN also has a deal with MLB Advanced Media to broadcast baseball games.

In addition to these sports broadcasts, NBC Sports also is developing a new digital service called The Sports Hub, which is meant to bring all of the sports coverage together.

It is an app that allows fans to find live games in real time and watch them on demand.

And then there is the NFL.

NBC Sports is working with a number of teams to produce its own streaming service, and one of those is the Cleveland Browns.

This summer, the Browns are reportedly set to host the Super Bowl.

And NBC Sports has already signed an exclusive deal with FOX to televise the Browns’ Super Bowl games.

The Browns are also the only