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One of my business classes taught me that the average person is exposed to more than 3,000 advertisements each day. We view billboards while driving, product placement in our favorite television shows or movies, flashing ads on our websites, ads in newspapers, commercials on television and radio shows, as well as hundreds of other places where advertising might pop up.

As far back as when the VCR came out, people around the world have been enjoying their favorite television shows even if they were unable to sit down and watch them while they were broadcast. VCRs, and more recently digital video recording devices, also allowed individuals to skip commercials.

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