The End of Television on the Television

Thursday, April 11, 2013

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"Game of Thrones" has set an illegal download record, and HBO seems OK with it. Aero is letting subscribers watch live television on their computers, much to the chagrin of the networks. And the highly anticipated come-back season of "Arrested Development" will launch next month, not on television, but via Netflix.

Is the era of TV over with, and the era of television on the computer here to stay?

Brian Stelter has been following the evolution and explosion of small screen screen entertainment. Stelter is a media reporter for the New York Times.


Brian Stelter

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Kristen Meinzer

Comments [1]

Larry Fisher from Brooklyn, N.Y.

Eventually, we will live in holograms like on Star Trek - The Next Generation. We will be able to finally really be the stars in our own movie. Of course, the porno hologram will start "the ball" (so to speak) rolling.

Apr. 11 2013 12:05 PM

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