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For the first time over 50% of TV is watched on the internet. Crowfunding offers an exciting new way of funding controversial television. Conventional terrestrial programmes were traditionally commissioned by a commissioning editor who worked for one of the major companies, whose agenda is not always to expose the truth. Chris Plumley
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Why Facebook and Twitter are eyeing up a big slice of TV's future Last week the BBC responded to changes in the way we view – and many industry leaders say simplicity is the key to the future

The future of TV: will less choice become better than more?

IN SPITE of its nine Emmy nominations and three wins, online TV series House of Cards may not run to a third season.

The Future of Television: Countless Options, Multiple Screens.  Wired Magazine

The Future of Television: Countless Options, Multiple Screens

Optical Networking: The Key to Enabling Mass Ultra HD Adoption — and Beyond

The future of TV is app based and iPlayer is a shining example, says Netflix

The future of TV is app based and iPlayer is a shining example, says Netflix

Internet television replacing linear TV isn't a case of 'if', but 'when', reckons Netflix.

Ready for the future of TV? Too bad the industry is still just talking Recent reports could make you think that Apple, Sony and Google are all getting ready to launch their own pay TV services any day now. Time for a reality check.

Ready for the future of TV? Too bad the industry is still just talking

Cox Targets Cord-Cutters With Internet TV Test in Southern California (Exclusive)

The Eyes Have it Guess who controls the future of TV Television is about to undergo the same kind of disruption that occurred with the introduction of the smartphone.  What will change when the largest screen in the home has a big say in how we consume content, information and services over the Internet?

What will change when the largest screen in the home has a big say in how we consume content, information and services over the Internet?

Investing in the future of Television Forbes Ross Gerber

Investing In The Future Of Television

Investing in the future of Television Forbes Ross Gerber

MP David Burrowes asks how City of London could spend £1,000,000 on Operation Bohan after Sussex had confirmed that it was a civil matter. Interestingly, documents disclosed in court show that a private security company had met up with Detective Chief Inspector Chandler and Detective Superintendent Davies whom authorised 'Operation Bohan', which used the Counter Terrorism Directorate to investigate an extra marital affair.

Parliament debate City of London Police Abuse of Power 1 Ian Puddick


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