How we watch tv now


Guests: Eric Deggans and Andrew Wallenstein

Where do you watch television? On your HDTV set, your computer, your cell phone, or on your tablet? Do you watch more network and cable TV or do you stream shows through subscription services like Netflix, Amazon or Hulu through your Apple TV or Roku. And when do you watch it? In real time or “anytime” thanks to your DVR or video on demand service. The future of television has arrived and we have unlimited choices as to how we consume it. In this hour of Radio Times, we’ll talk about the new technologies that enable us to time-shift, binge-watch and cut the cable cord and how the entertainment industry is adapting to it all. Our guests NPR television critic ERIC DEGGANS and Variety digital editor ANDREW WALLENSTEIN.

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