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A top trend I’ve seen this week is Internet TV and how consumers are utilizing their computers as substitutes for their television sets. What’s nice about this feature is the convenience of a portable computer, which would allow you to access your content from multiple points in the house!
- Consumers are taking a large interest in technology features such as VOD access and widget services
- Over 33% of U.S. broadband households show strong interest in Web-enhanced features for connected TVs and set-tops
It seems regardless of how our economy is doing, with entertainment and technology companies producing cutting-edge products and enhancing current features, consumers just can’t pass up the opportunity! Do you agree? Do you find that features such as news and information widgets and Internet TV applications really enhance your overall television experience?
I think an even more important question is- Where is this all going? What else do you foresee in the world of digital media?