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Television got a whole lot better

I have spoken a lot about Twitch and its various suitors over the past couple of weeks – and while it may be getting a bit much, let’s beat at the dead horse.

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Don't be evil Amazon

This may be a bit of old news but it is worth talking about. Amazon has bought Twitch. Yeah, that’s right – AMAZON.

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Twitchy Fingers

If given the choice to watch football on TV or go play football outside, which would you choose? Most people would respond by sinking deeper into the couch and turning up the volume. Is that the way gaming is going as well?
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The race in TV evolution

The reality is that people are watching more videos than ever, but not all these videos are coming from a TV set.

What effect does this have on the TV business model, and how can service providers change along with it? Well, they have already started, with increasing on-demand capacities, online video supplementation and a generally more ‘a la carte’ user viewing system.

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The new 'zero tv' kids on the block

It would appear the novelty of owning a TV has worn off for young people who are more easily able to kick their tv habit than their older generation. People aren't letting their box set control them anymore but picking when and where they get their programme fix: whether it be via video streaming, peer-to-peer sharing or even monitized downloads.

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