3) Software will continue to replaces hardware as TV moves to the cloud. This is a macro trend that continues to accelerate
You may need to edit the entries if you use an app, and some of the expenses could be subjective. For example, you might
It's far from perfect, but seems poised to get better — and it's much cheaper than typical offerings.
OK, it’s no secret that people hate cable. Comcast is far and wide known as the most despised company in America. And the
Many were quick to say NBC grossly overpaid.
A Way to Win Cord-Cutters Back Cable companies certainly don't want to let go of the control they have over consumers' choices
CBS All Access = CBS No Access.
Al Jazeera America had the ambition, if not the nerve, to think they could ask viewers to start a new viewing routine, precisely at a time when millions of established viewers were abandoning television, and younger consumers were defining themselves as having never paid a cable bill.
Usually, TV changes slowly. Distribution contracts are long. Rapid change is rare. But in 2015 something unusual happened, and 2016 will be a much better year for TV viewers as a result.
Why is America not in the Top 20 in the world in wired or wireless broadband speeds? Why are America's communications prices higher than many other countries? Why is there no serious competition -- and how do we fix this mess?