Linear programming is dead," writes Albert Lai in a post explaining the model for leanback "Me TV," where publishers program for an individual. "For fans of game shows, programming could aggregate
content by show, aggregated show clips (e.g., Final Jeopardy), or even intersperse video content with sponsored interactive games," he writes. Interesting post even if Lai's note on broadcasters doing
themed content suddenly switches to a mention of "The Stanford Theatre on University Avenue" without mentioning what city we're talking about, and then makes what we old movie snobs would label a
horrible mistake, calling "Roman Holiday" a Cary Grant movie (it stars Gregory Peck, dude).
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