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Movies, Technology and the Future of Viewing

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It's been a long time since movies were only available in theaters. But now there are movies on demand over cable TV; compressed films in digital files; and DVDs in the mail. Technology is changing how we watch movies, and it may even change what we watch. We examine the future of movies

Chris Anderson, editor in chief, Wired magazine

Reed Hastings, CEO, Netflix

Dean Garfield, legal affairs director, Motion Picture Association of America