USA Today writes about how the last few months have seen major moves that will forever impact the way we change we watch TV.Desperate Housewives on your iPod. Jay Leno's...

USA Today writes about how the last few months have seen major moves that will forever impact the way we change we watch TV.

Desperate Housewives on your iPod. Jay Leno’s monologue on your cellphone. Brian Williams delivering the night’s news on your computer. And CSI: Crime Scene Investigation available whenever you want to watch it — not just Thursday night. Each of those developments became possible in the past few weeks, part of an extraordinarily tumultuous period in TV.

The article points at the proliferation of MTV broadband channels, the simul-broadcast of NBC’s Nightly News and the The Food Network’s web-only series with chef Dave Lieberman.

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