NBC has now joined the other major media outlets in taking a stab at kinda, sorta giving away it’s content but ultimately making you pay if you want to keep it model that the New York Times just failed at. Download your favorite show the night it airs, keep it for a week on the one device you download it to, and then, “poof” it goes away. Read the whole article.
But here is the graph that jumps out:
NBC’s move comes as companies throughout the television business search for new economic models in the face of enormous changes in the business. Networks continue to lose audience share, and viewers — especially many of the highly prized viewers under 30 years old — are increasingly demanding control of their program choices, insisting on being able to watch shows when, where and how they want.
Hey! Get me rewrite!
Valley Central’s move comes as schools throughout the education system search for new models in the face of enormous changes in the learning. Schools continue to lose relevance, and students — especially many of the highly prized students over 13 years old — are increasingly demanding control of their curriculum, insisting on being able to learn when, where and how they want
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