I just completed an essay on how the television infrastructure is marching inevitably into the cloud.
Television is at the event horizon of an IP singularity. The singularity is where all content creation and distribution occurs on IP-based networks. The event horizon is where the chaos happens.
I was first introduced to the binge-watch when my friend sent me four seasons of “Dexter” on DVD. Many hours of butchery, nightmares and therapy later...
One D.C. attorney familiar with the particulars said an itty-bitty TV antenna that picks up signals in Brooklyn for reception throughout New York City would be lucrative.
Three disparate news items recently struck me as congruent. One described the flame-out of the BBC’s Digital Media Initiative.
I ask other people what they thought of 4KTV—fad or phenomenon? Xerxes thinks 4KTV is a snipe hunt. “Really,” he says, emphatic. “Who can see the difference?”
Let us begin by acknowledging that ninjas were not noble warriors, but paid assassins. And so it goes with anti-broadcast lobbying in Washington, D.C.
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