24 novembro 2004


Why TV Will Never Be the Same: Here are three big trends to watch:
The super-high-tech TV will become as easy to set up as a low-tech appliance. [...]
Because the TVs will communicate over a home network, you'll be able to access digital content anywhere. [...]
With this Internet connectivity, TV won't come from just one provider anymore. [...]
Newspapers Should Really Worry: Don't think for a minute that young people don't read. On the contrary, they do, many of them voraciously. But having grown up under the credo that information should be free, they see no reason to pay for news. Instead they access The Washington Post website or surf Google News, where they select from literally thousands of information sources. They receive RSS feeds on their PDAs or visit bloggers whose views mesh with their own. In short, they customize their news-gathering experience in a way a single paper publication could never do. And their hands never get dirty from newsprint.
(ler também Pounding the press over too much bias ? and objectivity: The long, contentious election campaign may have revealed a citizenry deeply divided on the issues and candidates, but Americans seem to be fairly united when it comes to declaring one sure loser: the press.)

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