Special Report: The Future Of Television

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The Future Of TV Is Coming, Slowly But Surely
Like every other form of media, television stands to be profoundly changed once software and the Internet play a more important role. It has taken longer to be transformed than for other media, such as newspapers and music. But slowly, surely, it is happening.

Here, we’ll outline some of the changes to expect over the next 10 years or so, and some companies to watch in each field.

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10 Television Brands That Will Still Matter In 10 Years
Change is coming. But these brands will still be standing.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Glenn Beck On The Future Of Television
Beck’s new web-streaming network is the future of TV, today.

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CHART: The Most Amazing Thing About TV Is How Much We Still Watch
More than five hours a day, on average, every day.

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POLL: What Streaming Video Would Get You To Cancel Your Cable Subscription?
Vote and let us know what you’d need to cut the cord.

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TV Advertising Is Begging For Disruption… But It’s Getting Insanely Complicated
Who will lead the race to make TV ads smarter?

DON’T MISS: The Future Of Advertising
Online is the fastest growing sector in the ad business, but TV is still where most of the money goes.

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