Chances are you have grown up watching TV that, for the larger part of your life, was an appointment-viewing experience with the family, or sneaking time in your parents’ bedroom alone to watch what only you wanted. The only interaction you had with the TV is from the remote. When the commercial breaks came along, you rushed to the toilet or made a drink.

That era of TV watching as you know it is dead.

The TV will continue to exist and bring innovation. However, the services you get from it will change vastly. So much that your life, or at least how you live it, will differ in a great way.

This site is for practitioners who want to know more about how the old era of TV is dying and what is making it evolve. And where its future might be.


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