The Future Of TV

The Future Of TV
Innovation

It may pay to check out the International Edition of the Newsweek which has a series of articles on the Future of TV. PaidContent reports that analysts like Sanford Bernstein's...

Guy Brighton
  • 1 june 2005

It may pay to check out the International Edition of the Newsweek which has a series of articles on the Future of TV.

PaidContent reports that analysts like Sanford Bernstein’s Tom Wolzien believe that content
makers have a "once in a generation" opportunity right now to start distributing their products directly to consumers via the Internet.
By cutting out the middleman, he believes companies like Disney, Viacom
and Liberty could increase their revenues by as much as 50 percent over the next few years.
Broadcasters who also own their own product, like News Corp., major
commercial networks, public broadcasters like the BBC and other content
makers, would also stand to gain.

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