It’s a bit of a mystery why some people are willing to pay a premium to watch a show on TV rather than watching it on the web, but if you ask most people it would be pretty easy to guess. 

But the reason why the TV commercials are getting less and less viewable online is that they’re getting so much better quality.

This year the internet has a lot more than a billion video views, but there’s one big difference: the quality of the ads is getting better.

You may have seen these ad spots posted on social media: There’s a TV commercial for the latest episode of “The Walking Dead,” and a video of the season 2 premiere of “Grey’s Anatomy.”

Now imagine those ads were also posted on the web, or on the Facebook wall of your friends and family.

That’s right, those ads could be seen by hundreds of millions of people, and the difference is that the ads are now in higher quality, so they’re more easily searchable and are more easily shared.

A TV ad on the front page of Facebook, for instance, is now nearly four times better quality than an ad posted on Facebook’s Facebook Live channel, which streams its own videos.

Ads are also getting more sophisticated.

Some websites have integrated Facebook video-streaming features.

Others have integrated with social bookmarking sites like Chronicle, Google Chrome, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and other platforms. 

It’s not only the quality that’s getting better, but the quality is getting more and more unique and personalized.

So why aren’t TV ads getting better quality?

It could be that they are still a novelty in the TV advertising space, but with a few key additions to the format, they’re a great fit.

The TV ad is usually viewed as a simple video, which means there’s not a lot of context to it.

The other thing that makes it hard to search for a TV ad online is the length of the video.

The ad is typically viewed as only 30 seconds, so you need to know where the TV ad ends.

Another problem with TV ads is that many of them are only on the screen for a few seconds at a time, so people can’t really figure out what the ad is about. 

The same problem can be seen with a lot of internet-based advertisements: people tend to click on a link on the page, which usually takes a few minutes to load and then the ad doesn’t make it to the screen, so there’s no context for the viewer. 

If a TV advertising ad is so long, it can be hard to understand why a viewer would click on it.

A video posted on Instagram, for example, may not make sense if you don’t know the title of the TV commercial.

There’s also a lot less information that you can use to determine if an ad is good or not. 

One of the biggest ways that you’re going to notice an ad on TV is if you watch a lot. 

Most TV commercials will have at least five minutes of footage, but that’s because the ads typically run for only 10 minutes or so.

But the ad on Twitter and other social media platforms can run for anywhere from 45 minutes to 1 hour.

Now, TV ads are pretty good at generating buzz, but they can also be really hard to find.

A lot of TV ads will have some form of marketing, but most of those ads will likely be focused on one or two topics.

What does that mean? 

In the past, TV ad quality was a fairly new technology. 

In 2005, the first episode of the hit NBC sitcom “The Office” was uploaded to YouTube by a guy named Kevin Reilly.

It was only around two months old, but by the time Reilly had uploaded a few more episodes and the show had racked up a whopping 3.7 million views, the show was already being watched by millions of viewers.

That made it a very good advertisement for the Office, but in 2007, when HBO started streaming the series online, that kind of exposure was a lot harder to come by. 

For many years, TV advertising was a niche market. 

Today, the TV world is a crowded one. 

On one side are the networks that offer premium cable packages, like Showtime, AMC, Showtime Networks, Syfy, Cartoon Network, Showtime and so on. 

And then there’s the web. 

There are dozens of different video-sharing sites out there, including Vimeo, YouTube and Hulu. 

Online video is still relatively new, and many of the big players don’t want to advertise in a way that they might get caught in the crossfire. 

However, there are a few things that are starting to change. This

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