For almost 50 years, TV hadn't really changed much from the first earnest broadcasts in 1948. Linear broadcast TV, delivered over the air or by a cable provider was watched on a regular schedule in homes. But this past decade has seen a rush of TV innovation that soon will revolutionize the industry. Starting with Tivo, then Bittorrent, then countless legitimate video sites, our content distribution systems are becoming less clear. Televisions have flattened, but also grown more powerful and now are connected to the Net for live streaming, standby screens, VOD, DLNA, apps, and more. Our phones are now video screens as we place-shift media and sideload to various devices. The TV market is no longer clearly defined, and has effectively merged into the Internet.
There are many competing visions for how TV will be in the future, from Apple's closed environment, MSO's managed vision, Google TV's aggregator approach, Tivo's personal control, Hulu's direct-to-consumer model, Netflix's disintermediation, YouTube's community approach and many more. We expect to cover:
Tuesday, May 10, 2011 8:30 AM - 2:00 PM
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The Telecom Council of Silicon Valley
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