In the beginning there was the television, and broadcast TV was our world.
With today’s world-wide-web, users seek access to a much broader scope of video content on demand. It is no surprise than that these two worlds have now collided.
This is about more than just technology alone, as it reaches beyond to the human condition and how we evolve along side this useful technology. So clear a path my friends, as the Internet slams into your world of traditional television like a freight train through tinsel town.
Internet TV is all the rage, as the exponential growth of “Apps” help drive that force. In the past year alone, we have seen tremendous growth in the sale of internet enabled “Smart-TVs” and
DVD Players providing instant access of services like Hulu, NetFlix & YouTube. Cable Companies have even expanded their library of on-demand content providing their viewers with more programming choices. Additionally manufacturers like Apple TV, Logitech, Tivo, and Roku make accessing the internet on your television a breeze with their stand-alone components.
So brace yourselves for this collision of traditional broadcast television, with the World-Wide-Web. … And THIS my friends, is another Mark on Media.
As always, feel free to contact me personally to answer any questions you may have or to help you with your next electronics purchasing decision.