You’re just about ready to cut the cord.
But no one is getting internet TV right—yet.
Looks like Over the Top (OTT) TV will bury cable.
Over-the-top content (OTT) is a term for media transmitted via the Internet as a standalone product, that is, without cable or satellite television systems. —Wikipedia
A category of cord-cutters was labeled by Nielsen in March 2013 as “Zero TV”. In 2007, two million households had neither subscribed to a television service or received television programming via antenna. By 2013, this number had increased to five million. —Wikipeida
OTT examples include Hulu and Netflix.
But OTT services have to cut costs to compete. We’re looking at you, big-time sports!
“The sports channels are among the most expensive... but they’re also one of the few things keeping live TV alive.” — Jan Dawson on Tech.pinions
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Ok, Alexa-Siri-Cortana (ASC!). Show me baseball on Twitter.
Published on Sunday, May 14, 2017
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