The TV landscape is changing with many predicting the future big shows will be found online. Online streaming site Netflix is investing millions in TV and plans to make five shows a year, while Amazon is developing programmes for its Lovefilm subscription service and YouTube owned by Google has 20 new UK TV channels.
Google’s Zayna Aston explains for NEWSBEAT (BBC) why YouTube wants in on the TV game for its 800 million global users.
BBC Presentation – Future of TV – Orchestrated Media – New Gatekeepers in the Living Room Means More Disruption (Or Democratisation) of TV Industry
by Richard Kastelein on Aug 03, 2012