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grinner hester
Re: Hammered
on Oct 23, 2009 at 4:17:11 am

[Mike Cohen] "I thought the whole point of 500 channels is that niche programming creates a specific audience for each genre."
Nope. They know you'll still just watch 4 channels. They advertise 500 because their compretition boasts 499.
Many of these providers have installers that use buzz wirds like component then grab your coax cable to hook it up. It's all a big song and dance but that's what TV is. It is it's very purpose. Some thought it was for communication. Others still thik it's for entertainment. It's a square sales dude that takes no questions.
So why is it losing? BEcause the net does take questions. It'll even respond. BEcause it's interactive, more folks will watch a 320X250 pixelated picture in a picture than a beautiful 56" LCD fed by that coax I mentioned. Content has always ruled, we just haven't always had a choice or a voice.




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