NPR Analyzes Television’s Evolution
“Over the holidays, millions of Americans received video gadgets as gifts, from pocket-sized video iPods to flat screen high-definition TVs. Both technologies are the first signs of a sweeping television revolution — undoing nearly 60 years of viewing habits, and forming new ones.
“As with most other things related to technology, it seems teenagers are at the cutting edge when it comes to next-generation television. And it’s increasingly clear they want two main things from their sets: complete control and choice.
“In the first of a three-part series of reports on the future of television, Rick Karr looks at the ways technology is changing how viewers consume programming.”
Rick Karr. Video Programming Wherever, Whenever. National Public Radio. Jan. 4, 2006.
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