SPOTLIGHT: Couch potatoes still favor TV over Internet


For all the talk of the re-defining of TV into an experience that includes a lot of time-shifted and Internet programming watched on a TV or a PC or maybe even a mobile phone, it seems that the traditional TV viewing experience still has some life left in it. That's the summation to be gained from this year's Convergence Consulting Group study, "The Battle for the North American Couch Potato." The study didn't find enough economic rationale for cable and broadcast programmers to make wholesale commitments to the Internet just yet. Read this story at Telephony.

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