Troubled Marriage, Ugly TiVOrce

Friday, June 13, 2003

The advent of TiVO-type personal-video-recorders have made possible the age-old dream of watching TV without the ads. What will the new technology mean for the symbiosis of TV programmers and the advertisers who subsidize them? Most industry insiders might still be in denial about the future, but not OTM's Bob Garfield. He speculates on what might be in store for the public airwaves.

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