The Changing Face of Television

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Networks are now selling their programs so consumers can watch when they want. It's uncertain if, in the long-run, viewers will foot the bill for TV programs they can get for free — or how the networks will hang onto all-important advertising dollars. But experts agree there's no turning back.

Guests:

David Kiley, marketing editor for Business Week

David Zaslav, president of NBC Universal Cable

Anthony Zuiker, creator of the CSI programs

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