TV re[defined]

Date of publication: October 1, 2015


In a short span of time, TV content has become available anytime and anywhere, opening up endless opportunities for viewing. Both rapidly and radically, we have seen TV redefined. In the midst of all this change, naysayers have predicted doom for TV. TV RE[DEFINED] reveals that TV is in fact alive and well. With few limitations upon it, the small screen is inspiring a dizzying array of conversation-worthy content. Viewers are redefining for themselves their relationship with their televisions–and for a large segment of the audience it’s a relationship that is deeper than ever. TV RE[DEFINED] sheds light on global viewers’ evolving habits–how they discover and consume content–and illustrates how content creators and TV providers can redefine their relationship with viewers in the new TV landscape.

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