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  1. Robin Ray 1 Mar 2017

    Great read and fantastic news! I don’t mind a 30 second advert, but I would prefer to be given the option of watching it rather than forced. Especially if I went to YouTube to very quickly watch a video; I don’t need the added 30 seconds.
    We wrote a blog about traditional TV adverts dying and we linked back to your blog. Have a read and leave us a comment with your thoughts: http://bit.ly/2mDJ7LW

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