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Watching shows online is more common now, Flurry says, but TV's hardly dead yet

Ian Paul | Nov. 19, 2014
The shows aren't going away, they're just moving to new platforms. And many people are overlapping: watching TV while also using their phone or tablet.

As Evans said in his presentation, "mobile is eating the world."

But even as mobile devices replace the television at the top of the attention heap, the content is following. TV titans are redefining themselves as entertainment producers for all platforms: For example, CBS and HBO recently rolled out standalone online streaming packages, pitching a tent for their products in a mobile-dominated media future.


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