The Future of Television
January 6, 2006 TV viewers are increasingly willing to pay a premium for the programming they want, when they want it — and often, they want it free of ads, too. That's a huge challenge for companies trying to pitch their products in a medium dominated by the fast-forward button.
January 4, 2006 Flat-screen televisions, iPods and the Internet are radically changing how viewers consume video programming. In the first of a three-part series of reports on the future of television, Rick Karr looks at the ways technology is changing how viewers watch TV.