TV Everywhere

“Producers and broadcasters are feverishly searching for more and more places to sell their wares, from computer screens to cell phones to iPods and a plethora of miniature multimedia players. And more people are watching more TV shows when they want to, where they want to, not when or where the networks say they should. One result may be that Americans are growing closer to their gadgets, and apart from each other. Another may be that local television stations will lose some part of their audiences.”