Malik: Back to the Future For Broadcast TV

Malik: Back to the Future For Broadcast TV
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Over on his blog, industry commentator Om Malik considers the medium term future of TV and suggests that linear Cable TV programming will be diminshed by a consumer switch to on-demand services combined with the re-establishment of traditional broadcasters.Five years from now, the TV market will no longer be segmented solely by major broadcast network vs. cable network viewership.... That said, within this linear/broadcast segment there will be a mini-disruption in the near term. To be specific, it is likely that most of the hundreds of channels we get today via our cable & satellite subscriptions will disappear and there will be only 10 to 20 “broadcast channels” left standing.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 22 may 2006

Over on his blog, industry commentator Om Malik considers the medium term future of TV and suggests that linear Cable TV programming will be diminshed by a consumer switch to on-demand services combined with the re-establishment of traditional broadcasters.

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