Pulling the cord on cable TV and taking control of the viewing experience
The days of pre-packaged content for big subscription fees are over. We're entering a brave new world of media viewing that is at once more personalized and more social.
Recently my family joined Cord Cutters, a name for the brave few who aren't connected to the multi-channel TV programming feeding tube in the United States. Some 100 million Americans (and 85 percent of American households) are cable TV subscribers. Most of the rest simply can't afford the luxury.