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 n.— «CordcuttingThe reason you haven’t seen me writing about the phenomenon of “cordcutting”—ending one’s cable subscription and watching all TV shows online—is that I hadn’t seen much more than anecdotal evidence of it happening, often in the household of the journalist writing the story. (Cordcutting was the Twitter story before Twitter.)» —“Despite what you’ve read, cord-cutting isn’t a threat. But…“ by Aaron Barnhart TV Barn Mar. 30, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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