Saturday, November 7, 2015

Broadcast TV in Danger

Tim Goodman says broadcast networks need to concede now that their traditional business model is dying or risk obsolescence soon: "in very practical, simplistic terms, this much is clear: If networks don't want to scale back their physical operations to look more like cable channels — if they still want to program multiple hours of television over what amounts to six nights each week — they need to first make most of that programming cheaper and then they need to make more of it. It's the only way to survive with the ratings their shows are now delivering."

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