The 80-year-old TV industry at the precipice of a distribution and content revolution. The widely-anticipated convergence of personal computers, the internet and television is finally happening.
Aug 13, 2017 · A version of this article appears in print on , on Page B1 of the New York edition with the headline: TV’s Future Is Here. It’s Messy..
In 2011, 18-24-year-old Americans were watching about 24 hours a week of traditional television—meaning broadcast or cable TV, whether live or time-shifted with a DVR. By 2016, that number had dropped to about 15 hours a week, according to a report from MarketingCharts.com.
To explore what the future holds for television for our Future of TV issue, we checked in with broadcasters, media companies, market researchers and analysts to get their take.
Lastly, the future of thermostats is incredibly promising due to the constant increase in demand for efficient energy consumption in homes. People want to switch to smart homes, where everything is automated in order to make life easier and resourceful. Therefore, smart thermostats are likely to receive a warm welcome by all homeowners.
The future of TV is arriving faster than anyone predicted. With YouTube TV on the horizon and other streaming services becoming more affordable, it may be time to cancel your cable service. (Jhaan Elker/The Washington Post)
Quartz is a guide to the new global economy for people excited by change. And along with other recent developments, we can start to see what the near future of TV will look like.
In the future, the Internet TV giant will know exactly what you want to watch, even before you do. Say goodbye to endlessly surfing through Netflix to find the show you want to watch.
1. “Apps are the Future of TV.” A classic. And with quality examples to bolster your argument, it is the sensible retort. “Two very recent products,” your response might begin, “portend a future in which individual shows are delivered as discrete apps, thereby eroding the distribution monopoly of cable networks.” (Nice move.
Jul 17, 2017 · The television industry may soon follow the music industry. Nowadays, consumers have the opportunity to purchase or listen to individual songs …
Author: Brad Adgate
Making TV invisible. So, the TVs of the future may have impressive functionality, but what will they look like? Wave goodbye to a tangle of wires so knotted it hurts your feelings.
Dec 18, 2016 · The Future of TV isn’t apps. the first TV shows were teleplays with cameras pointed at the readers, even websites today mostly replicate past forms with digital paper. The future is
The Future of Television features two tracks with fireside chats, roundtables, panels and presentations on digital game investment, creation, distribution, marketing and monetization, the event brings together many of the elite in the industry for top sessions and power networking.
The Future of TV Advertising report. The industry has seen traditional TV advertising spend continue to grow even in the face of increasing technological disruption, a …
Jun 06, 2015 · Yet today, “TV” the appliance is being decoupled from “TV” as a form of entertainment. Now, every screen in the house—traditional sets, tablets and mobile phones—can access top notch
Author: Greg Satell