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One significant thing this article points out is that network TV ratings are lower than ever, and for the first time have not increased because people are watching less television, but still watching television shows. Many people now use Netflix and/or Hulu. Will network TV eventually disappear forever? How will the networks deal with this possibility? How ARE they dealing with it currently? If television is eventually nothing more than subscriptions on websites, it seems that the way to go would be to produce a wide variety of shows to cater to the wide variety of tastes/entertainment desires.
The article also mentions that advertisers also have a say in what shows are aired, when, etc. If we all eventually simply subscribe to a television-like website, what will the advertisers do? I sincerely hope television changes for the better, because our world is always changing and the quality of television shows on the air these days is quite poor.

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