Reading Henry Blodget for Business Insider I've come to imagine we are a ways off from total disruption. I'm so interested in helping both artists distribute their work digital and find funding for their work and bridging the gap between the companies and artists (content creators) without the use of commercials.
We still consume some TV content, but we consume it when and where we want it, and we consume it deliberately: In other words, we don't settle down in front of the TV and watch "what's on." And, again with the exception of live sports, we've gotten so used to watching shows and series without ads that ads now seem extraordinarily intrusive and annoying. Our kids see TV ads so rarely that they're actually curious about and confused by them: "What is that? A commercial?"
Read the rest of the story: Henry Blodget on Business Insider's "Don't Mean To Be Alarmist, But The TV Business May Be Starting To Collapse"
The future looks interesting, no?