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The next generation of moviegoers will be watching more anime, movies, and music in 2020 than ever before, but that doesn’t mean they’ll be buying less of it.

According to Nielsen, more than three quarters of Americans aged 18 to 34 say they plan to buy more of each genre this year, up from 59% in 2016.

And according to research firm Technomic, more people are buying more digital entertainment this year than ever.

This year, digital consumption grew by 12% year-over-year, and digital TV subscriptions grew by 19%.

The trend is no secret to tech companies, and in some cases they’re even trying to change the conversation with the digital advertising and media companies that have the power to shape consumers’ lives.

But the way that these companies are talking about digital consumption has changed, according to digital content expert Jeff Jones.

For starters, the word digital is no longer an adjective, he told NBC News.

Instead, it’s a synonym for “digital,” and there are plenty of companies that are actively talking about this topic.

And while there are definitely new names for the “digital” in digital consumption, the term is getting more and more common, Jones said.

As an example, a company called ContentMob has recently created an infographic titled “2020 Digital Consumption Trends” that uses the term “digital consumption” to describe the growth of digital consumption in the U.S. over the past four years.

This infographic also includes data from Netflix, YouTube, and Amazon.

Jones told NBC that the companies are making some progress in trying to move the conversation forward.

“But that’s really a big step forward for us,” he said.

“And it’s not just about a digital advertising company like us.

There’s companies like Hulu and Netflix, and there’s companies that make content for other kinds of platforms.

They’re doing this to try to change how people think about consumption.”

The shift in how we think about digital entertainment and consumption is largely coming down to the ways that companies are marketing digital content to consumers, according a new report from Technomic.

For example, while the term digital is increasingly being used as a synonomous label, it doesn’t necessarily mean that digital advertising is getting a free pass from companies like Netflix, which has long been criticized for being a “digital service.”

Instead, Jones told NBC, the new term “distribution” is being used more often to describe digital content in advertising.

“This is a more generic term,” he explained.

“It’s more about distribution than digital.

It’s like we’re still talking about the way the consumer sees the world and what they’re seeing.

But we’re talking about distribution.”

Jones said that a lot of companies are using the term distribution, as it is a good marketing phrase.

“They’re marketing this to a different audience,” he continued.

“We’re talking to an entirely different audience.”

The change is important, Jones noted, because companies like Disney are trying to push audiences to spend more money on digital content.

But the trend is happening across many industries, including consumer electronics and the advertising industry.

Jones said it’s important to note that the trends aren’t all positive.

In fact, there are still big barriers to getting people to embrace the idea of spending more on digital entertainment, especially among younger generations.

For one, a lot people still don’t like watching movies, even when they have a subscription to Netflix, Amazon, or Hulu.

And a lot also don’t want to buy the digital content that they see on those platforms.

“A lot of people don’t understand the difference between the digital services that they’re paying for and the services that are available,” Jones said, “and the digital platforms aren’t necessarily the same.

And I think it’s really important for companies to get out there and tell people the difference.”

He also noted that a big part of this shift is about the fact that more consumers are now looking to consume their entertainment online.

But there are also other obstacles to changing consumer behavior.

“If you’re talking with a customer, they’re still going to buy whatever they’re watching,” Jones noted.

“People will still buy things that they’ve already seen.

And if you don’t change how you think about it, people will just say, ‘Oh, well, I’m not going to pay for that.'”

Jones said there are several ways that consumers can change how they think about how they consume entertainment.

One is by using technology to customize their viewing experience.

For instance, a TV with more advanced technology could offer an improved picture, more content, or even an additional feature that will help them discover new content.

Other ways that we can use technology to help consumers find more content are to use apps and other services, like Netflix.

Jones also said that it’s still important to remember that these trends will not necessarily be sustainable, and that consumers are going to have to adapt to the new