TV Without Schedules

by Dan Blank on October 4, 2007

With the rise of digital content, the TV schedule is becoming irrelevant.

“As channel choices and technological options have expanded, fewer of us are watching the same shows at the same time on the same day. And it’s increasingly affecting the national conversation.”

“The rules are, everyone gets a three-day window,” says Greg Wilson, 39, project manager for an electric utility in Austin. “There is no moratorium once a person gets two or more programs behind, and anything that occurred last season is open for discussion.”

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