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Watching the Internet

Watching the Internet

Colin Dixon, Senior Partner, Advisory

September 12, 2012 I was fortunate to sit in on a very lively conference session at IBC last week.

Entitled "The Great Connected Television Debate: Will the Internet Be the End of Television as We Know It?," we the audience were treated to an Oxford-style debate moderated by William Cooper of Informitv with three speakers for and three against the motion. Given the nature of the audience - this was at the International Broadcasting Convention, after all - it will come as no surprise that the team arguing against the Internet carried the day.

But are they right?

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