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Are you a cord cutter? Tell us all about it

The traditional television providers are adapting to a changing world of viewer choice, from digital downloads to antenna-only, free apps to streaming subscriptions, specialty set-top boxes and VPN spoofing and everything in-between.

There are already tens of thousands of Canadians who have cut their cable or satellite, and The Globe and Mail would like to hear from readers about this growing trend.

Take our survey below to have your say, if you're interested in appearing in a story or video describing your setup add your contact information to the confidential form below.

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