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The digital world has been shaking up 'traditional media' for years and, in 2013, it will bring an awful lot of change to television, writes Samantha McCaughren.

17th February, 2013
Most of us don't even know we're doing it, but a lot of us are checking out Twitter when a row breaks out on Vincent Browne or when Love/Hate takes a shocking twist.

The digital world has been shaking up 'traditional media' for years and, in 2013, it will bring an awful lot of change to television. The availability of digital video recorders and video on demand has shifted viewing patterns, and second screen viewing is expected to intensify this year.

Most of us don't even know we're doing it, but a lot of us are checking out Twitter when a row breaks out on Vincent Browne or Love/Hate...

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