Television has seen a lot of disruption in its 74 year-old existence in the U.S. We experience "TV" in 2013 very differently than we did in 1939. But at least one thing is the same: The reason we watch.
While many like to proclaim the death of TV, the mass medium is quite fraught with life. It's not that television is dying but that its business model must adapt along with technology innovation and changes to our own consumer behaviors, else be left behind.
So what is the reason we watch TV? And why will that change the business of television?
The answer is detailed in an artical I wrote for Lost Remote. Check it out and I'd love to know what you think.