Articles tagged "future"

  1. The future of TV? iTV (infographic).


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  2. The future of television? It’s in the apps.


    “When you’re young, you look at television and think, there’s a conspiracy. The networks have conspired to dumb us down. But when you get a little older, you realize that’s…

  3. Guess what? McDonald's is launching a TV channel.


    With thousands of TV channels out on the air today, what could one more channel do? McDonald’s, the world’s largest chain of fast-food hamburger restaurants, is about to find out….

  4. What does the future hold for Cable TV?


    Google chairman Eric Schmidt recently traveled to the UK to talk with TV broadcasters there about the future of TV. There is, undeniably, a shift happening in TV. Some believe…

  5. How Storytelling on TV is Changing.


    Technology is changing, and with it the stories we see and tell on TV are changing too. But what exactly do the changes we’re seeing mean for storytelling in entertainment?…

  6. What’s Behind the Cable TV Curtain and our Future?


    What has happened over the past decade to the entertainment industry is little more than a peek of what’s to come in the next few years. Is it true that…

  7. TV Deathmatch: Cable or Internet?

    Jess Hutton

    More than a year ago Matthew Lasar wrote a great article looking into which technology – at the time – was likely to fail faster: cable TV or internet video….

  8. The First Step to Digital Media Management?


    It used to be that you would store your movie collection in a drawer or on a shelf next to your TV. Now days things are quite a bit different….

  9. Are You Ready for Ultra High Def TV?


    TVs displayed in the stores look the way they do for a reason. Everything from the lighting around them to the calibration, screen angle, and even height is carefully adjusted…

  10. Why Mountain Time Gets No Love on TV.


    For as far back as I can remember, the way TV stations announce air times has been confusing. You know: when a commercial catches your attention for a new show…