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Is Traditional TV Becoming Obsolete?

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We covered all things social TV at last week’s TVNewser Show; we also looked at whether traditional TV is becoming more obsolete as streaming TV rises.

“TV is TV,” Brian Dutt, chief of advisory services for FreeWheel told Lost Remote, adding that people are going to watch shows like “Scandal” and live sporting events wherever they are, “regardless of the pipe that’s carrying a show to you.”

Even though TV will still be a force, Dutt predicts traditional TV will start borrowing from its digital TV counterpart.

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