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Digital video recorders like TiVo are revolutionizing TV, allowing viewers to skip commercials and watch shows at their leisure. But consumers' newfound flexibility has left networks and advertisers wondering how they'll adapt.

By Keith Reed
Globe Staff / May 14, 2006

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Three years ago, Tiffany Hogan ditched her VCR for TiVo, and watching TV has never been the same. (Full article: 1032 words)

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