A complete replacement of "classic" television should be expected within the next five to seven years: the usual on-air broadcasting will replace "video on demand"
In the near future, probably not, most likely the television itself will change globally, it will become interactive, it will be possible to adjust for itself, rotate content, etc. will make sense, and probably expensive, because it turns out that classic television will no longer be the main one, but a backup one. The whole point will be in what way to receive content in the classical way or via the Internet. In general, you can talk a lot about the future of TV, since there are quite a lot of scenarios and besides, you don't need to forget TV, even if it goes completely to the Internet, this is when you are offered to watch certain content on a certain topic, even with a wide range of functions, otherwise it will be a simple online viewing of videos and films of which the Internet is full.
There is no threat of rejection of TV, but the transformation of television is already taking place, both the way of broadcasting and the content itself are changing. Television will change its quality, become more interactive and acquire 3 dimensions.
Will Internet TV replace? Depending on what is meant by the Internet and by television. If we talk about the method of data transmission, today both the Internet and television are distributed via satellites in digital format. In fact, the Internet and television have already become something similar.
If we talk about what devices can be used to view the Internet and television channels, then here we see a complete merger. Modern smart TVs allow you to use the Internet at 100%, on the other hand, you can watch any TV channels on these TVs. It all depends on the package the user is connected to. So in this sense, the Internet and television have merged.
Speaking of the production of content for television and for YouTuba. There is some fusion and interpenetration here as well. Modern TV channels, including NTV, have their own blogs on YouTube. And video bloggers often get on TV with their programs. For example, blogger +100500 broadcasts on one of the Russian television channels.
The production of content for YouTube is getting more complicated. Whole studios are involved in this. For their part, there are more and more small TV channels that are filming content that is similar to YouTube.
In general, there is no antagonism between the Internet and television. We watch YouTube videos that could very well be on television. Conversely, all TV content can be easily transferred to YouTube.
The question remains: will the same YouTube absorb TV channels?
The answer is simple: of course not! After all, YouTube is an American private company that will have to pay commissions. Including advertising. Why would TV channels give YouTube their earnings? What's the difference between YouTube and TV? By format - none. In terms of content - none. I watch a lot of TV shows on YouTube, and a lot of bloggers' videos on TV.
I have a wonderful smart TV with a 43-inch diagonal in my room. I have 100 channels connected, I have high-speed Internet access. And I do not understand why they impose on me the choice between the Internet and the telecom, although these are, in fact, the same things? After all, no one says that Yandex should kill Google, or vice versa. Competition is a great thing. So let the internet compete with television. This will only benefit users.
Yes, it will be so!
Sitting motionless, looking (spoiling eyesight in a box) in a primitive image of a picture or listening to information is very little left, about 15 years
Perhaps, but not soon. Television is no longer as relevant as the Internet. Everyone uses TV BOX'ami, because you can watch them, like TV, and surf on YouTube, etc. Television is popular with pensioners, as they do not need a lot of resources. A couple of channels. + This is beneficial for both providers and the TV channels themselves. As they wrote before me, it is beneficial for TV broadcasts, but I am sure that even if TV is canceled, platforms will be invented where there will be 2 times more advertising, and there will be a lot of gain. Many recordings of broadcasts are already on Youtube channels, and advertising brings, though still a minor, income. In 5-10 years the TV may turn off. P.S. This is my personal opinion, and I do not force anyone to adhere to it
It seems to me that yes, television is slowly becoming obsolete. The streaming services will remain, where most of the popular shows will go, as well as daily news feeds.
[TV] vs YouTube
YouTube will probably win, and TVs will become computer monitors on some Ubuntu or Mint.
Pros in front of Windows:
There will be a symbiosis of television and the Internet. The big screen in every home, most likely, will remain, but content from the Internet will be watched. So far, there is no really convenient interface for television, but, most likely, they will soon appear as part of the "smart-smart-tv" experiment of one of the TV manufacturers.
We can say that "Yandex.Ether" is such a symbiosis. There is a good old channel system, but you can watch at any convenient time, from the beginning or live, etc. There will be something similar, but in the interface for TVs. IMHO
Either people will abandon the general "moronization" in the face of television, or people will die out. Assessing the current capabilities of many and many to perceive textual information is just horror. What can be read in 2 minutes is transmitted in the video sequence in ~ 20. This does not mean that it is necessary to refuse this kind of information, it means that the format of filing needs to be changed. And only "spectators" can speak for this.
It depends on which part of the world. Our local TV has long died and no longer even stinks, as even the bones are gone. Two and a half sources from independent journalism. The only thing that still exists is powerful projects from giants such as Discovery, National Geographic and others. Which makes me madly happy.
Of course not, for example, now there are Internet routers, you can watch what you want and download the programs Watch YouTube and much more and if it will not be profitable for many countries with television they receive millions.
Newspapers are a thing of the past, radio is a thing of the past, and TV in the format we are accustomed to will also go away. Even technologically, this can already be observed. Gone is analog TV, satellite TV is gradually disappearing, giving way to online TV. And modern online services are already offering consumers much more than just classic TV.
There have been a lot of similar questions over the past 100 years. Either the people hope that the radio will disappear, or the theater, or the e-mail. Now television)
No, television just as television will not disappear. The Internet for broadcasting a TV signal is already used, it is also used for output to a TV. But the whole TV kitchen and all the surrounding television will not disappear. If only for the reason that all this is a huge business that feeds so many people and brings huge profits.
And the Internet is parallel.
This is certainly a desirable option and it may come earlier than we think, since the capabilities of a computer and a TV are very similar. The only thing on the TV is there are no viruses and any freezes, therefore it is still ahead
Television has always been, is and will be! This format is not going anywhere. Most likely, it will become more and more interactive when, while watching, you can influence events or somehow participate in the formation of content. At the same time, if you look at how our State is trying to "nationalize" the Internet as it is done in China. There are great concerns that freedom of information may remain only as a word on paper.
Remember how one of the heroes of the film "Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears" claimed that soon there would be no theater, nothing but television? I don't think the Internet will swallow TV. I agree with the opinions given here that it will change towards interactivity, but it will still look like an independent information platform and a kind of art. By the way, it is possible that in the future a new information field will appear on technologies unknown to us. And we will again argue whether some Neurobit will absorb the already obsolete Internet ...
Television + Internet = YouTube Television is fading away more and more, YouTube, on the contrary, is growing. Perhaps our television will grow into a rutub, but what it is right now - brrr. It's far from YouTube.
Wait and see 😊
I think the days of television are numbered. It's not about the Internet, it's about television itself. It was firmly occupied by various kinds of custom-made political shows, speaking and showing the same thing for many years. Bored with all politicians and experts. The fewer THIS people look, the more the rotten propaganda rages. I'm sick and tired of the images of heads of state turned into icons. Television is killed not only by officialdom, but by the advertising business. In the evening, incl. prime time, the share of advertising time in the broadcast reaches 30%. The lack of culture and unprofessionalism of the presenters, the bursting correspondents choking in tongue twisters, vulgarity, vulgarity, primitivism, peremptory judgments - all this is a verdict on television in the form in which it now exists. Perhaps the TV picture will remain for many years, but it will not be television, but something wretched, bad. Fortunately, more and more people are running away from such TV, and young people do not watch it at all.
Television, if we consider it in a classic version, is already changing, if the question of cable television, it is practically gone. In the near future, however, it will change its broadcasting format. I suppose that there will be no such as it is now, strictly according to the schedule of certain programs, but something like YouTube channels, but more advanced. Television as an industry will never disappear; it is a huge financial industry, at least advertising and at most propaganda.
There are all TV channels on the Internet, and many interesting people have their own channels on the YouTube video hosting: each journalist, publicist has his own, and I myself find a convenient time to watch the recordings, and advertising gives them income, just like on TV. In addition, on TV, communication is one-way, but on YouTube you can immediately express support or disagreement and express your attitude to the author and other viewers. What you don't understand can be looked at twice or more, immediately or later. I'm fidgety and can't sit still in front of the TV, but I watch on the Internet and immediately answer or share a link to a page with friends.
If this happens, it will not happen soon. Today, we are witnessing a phenomenon called "Digital TV" - undoubtedly this is a step forward for television, and most likely your question is inspired by this phenomenon. In our opinion, the television itself is likely to become more functional, today there are TVs with a feedback function (voting, questions, etc.), most likely this will develop further and we will see a certain giant, who himself will be able to create an alternative the Internet familiar today. But let's not forget that digital television is powered by the Internet.
To make a meaningful prediction on this topic, you need to understand a couple of things. First, both television and the Internet are just media. They do not fight each other as if they are subjects and want to defeat each other. Any media is just a tool in someone's hands. This tool solves some of the tasks for which it was created. Secondly, there is a very specific reason why the Internet has grown so much at the expense of television lately. Sales markets in the economy have become so saturated that it has become very difficult to sell goods and services. Much of the television advertising has ceased to be effective. After all, such advertising hits large areas at once and ensures the promotion of goods due to the repeated repetition of the same commercials.
In the new situation, the need arose for a more flexible promotion tool. One that would allow dividing one large audience of consumers into many small segments, already grouped according to some criteria. The Internet differs from television only in this. Its content is no better than TV, but rather worse, given that content makers' resources are usually severely limited. But to consumers, it seems to be of higher quality, because it is better adapted to a narrow segment of the target audience that these consumers form.
TV content is designed for a very wide audience, it is maximally simplified and averaged by preferences, and Internet content is made almost on the knee, but as if specially for you. The only difference is this. Internet content represents a more efficient way of delivering ads to consumers' heads. For the price of one show of a video on television, an advertiser can make 25 integrations with different bloggers, each of which "grazes" his own part of the target audience and can somehow design an advertising message in his own way. This is the first moment. The second point is that the advertiser gets feedback. Bloggers usually indicate some kind of promotional codes for discounts or provide special links, thanks to which the advertiser can find out which blogger the buyer came from. And this gives him the opportunity to better manage the situation. Bloggers from whom new customers have stopped coming can be safely removed from funding. They no longer provide sales. That is why all bloggers are in constant search of new formats in order to reach a previously unreached audience. They have to support the old formats in case new advertisers appear. This diverts a significant part of the resources, but allows you to retain the old audience.
With all this in mind, you can make a forecast for the future. The growth of the Internet relative to television may continue further as new opportunities open up for further fragmentation of the target audience. In the limit, it may look like each netizen will receive absolutely unique content created by a specialartificial intelligence for him. But this theoretical limit is unlikely to be reached, since content is needed only to promote goods and services. And goods and services can hardly be completely individual. Is it purely digital? Tangible goods require some kind of mass production. This implies a significant degree of unification. Here, a strong fragmentation of the target audience has no practical meaning. It is hardly possible to build apartments of a unique arbitrary shape, based on the preferences of a particular buyer. And cars can hardly be made to order for everyone. And beer can hardly be brewed separately for everyone. Many material goods have objective limitations in terms of variety. And for such products, advertising on television will always be preferable. Television allows you to concentrate advertising resources very well, ensure the production of very high-level content, and then inflict a very strong blow on the subconscious of very large masses of consumers.
So, a certain share of television will always remain. And a very significant one. It will not become what theater has become in the era of cinema. The ratio will be about the same as that of small city-sized hypermarkets and small supermarket chains. The number of hypermarkets is much smaller, but on the other hand, each of them makes the daily proceeds of a small "Magnet" near the house in 5 minutes. So the question is, who has a larger market share.
In addition, there is the possibility of a serious crisis. The situation of maximum saturation of the market can end at any moment. And then all this flexibility and individual approach to promotion will lose their relevance. Television will calmly take its positions back. And without a fight. These positions will simply be left by the internet. Content makers will continue to make content "on their own" for some time in the hope that it will bring some kind of profit in the future. But the future will come, and there will be no profit. And over time, everyone will realize that online content no longer has business potential.
The fact is that television is already transitioning to the Internet broadcasting format. Here, most likely, you need to understand first of all what the Internet is. And, it is nothing more than the transfer of data from one machine to another. Those. - the Internet itself is a set of interconnected devices connected in a certain way. And, if your TV broadcasts something that is on a different device, the principle is the same. Even if it will be the same program or channel, but now, it already uses the resources of the "Internet", although in fact it remains the same TV.
This is a matter of taste, how to, in what format and what is more convenient to watch. Further, most likely, only the types of data transmission will change, perhaps, someday, we will get rid of the "laces", but it will not be soon, since only something fundamentally new in wireless communication devices can replace the entire cabling system.
There is no definite answer to this question. Information technologies are developing very quickly and it will be difficult to predict even in 10 years. It can be assumed that in this area there will be the development of 3D, 4D, 5D, etc. and TVs will change a lot, both externally and in their functionality. Already today you can see the merger of these two technologies - the Internet and television. When we can go to YouTube from TV and watch any video, or find out the program schedule instantly by pressing one button. Plus - television is a lot of money (advertising, broadcasts, ratings, etc.). So I think not. There will be television. It just will be different.
I think that in our modern world a lot of time is devoted to telephones as a means of communication and informatization that can be applied at any time. It can be a means of m economics.
Most likely this will not happen anytime soon. At the moment, television has a large audience, and people are making good money from it. Lots of shows, online broadcasts, advertisements. It's like taking and taking away one of the sales markets. So don't ask this question yet. Of course, the Internet is taking root more and more and is moving television from its former positions ... but you need to understand that these are slightly different technologies. Who knows, maybe something new will appear soon that will combine both technologies in itself !?
We will soon get 5G, robots will deliver parcels, automation will affect a large number of jobs ... but television is one of the Atlanteans that will stand while there is demand) And as we all know, demand is amazing proposal, so we are not afraid for everyone's favorite TV shows with Malakhov and Solovyov😂
I answered earlier, if from the technical point of view, then not soon. There are hinterlands in our vast country where there is no Internet, satellite is very expensive. Method of presenting information, respectively television (satellite). And so, the majority of users have already switched to it completely. Since it is more independent, multifunctional and convenient. And most importantly, a small part of annoying ads.
In the near future, definitely not, but more and more people watch TV via the Internet, use online cinemas. I think in 10-15 years there is a chance that conventional TV will become a thing of the past!
Of course, this will not happen immediately. Maybe in 20-30 years. It should be remembered that there is an adult generation that does not need the Internet. They are used to the TV, they need a remote control to press a button, switch to the channel he likes, and watch while waiting for the TV show that interests them. And the younger generation does not like this viewing method at all. They want to watch now and immediately, and not, say, at 7 pm some talk show, TV series, or performances of their favorite singers and singers, interrupted constantly by advertising, so they basically refuse televisions, that is, in a young family of televisions for a long time no longer, that is, television is dying, soon it will turn out to be a kind of symbiosis of television and the Internet. What is it? It lies in the fact that the TV show will not be at a certain time, as is customary on TV, or some series will not be shown at a certain time, but as it is released.
That is exactly how news and other things happen on the Internet. All kinds of weather, special channels will also work on the Internet. For example, for fans of old films, there is now a special online cinema on the Internet that shows films of their youth. The user can type in a name, or it is easier to choose a movie by voice and watch it with pleasure. Why do you need a TV? Why does a modern person even need a TV. If he wanted to watch some kind of TV show about the same battles of psychics, why should he wait for a certain time when this program will be shown on the screen? As soon as it appeared on the Internet, please turn it on anytime you like. And not when it is shown.
Let's take the radio. Now practically no one has a radio, no one listens to it except transport drivers, because they have no way out. They need to look at the road, not at the monitor screen. Therefore, they use the radio, and in fact the radio is dead. The same will happen with print media with books and magazines and newspapers and so on. Because on the Internet, in principle, all this can be found and completely free. But, by the time the symbiosis of television and the Internet occurs, it is unlikely that it will work out for free. Still, they will probably follow strictly and have to pay for the contact. That is, if you wanted to read a book or watch a movie in an online cinema, you would have to pay. Once all television and film studios will go online.
That is, why go to a real cinema when you can watch everything at home. But since this is the case, they will certainly demand payment for their films. There is one more thing here. Modern TV and monitor, they have a very small screen, relative to the one in the cinema, so people most of all like to go to the cinema, because there is a large screen, high-quality sound. Now imagine that in your apartment you have oneon the wall completely screen. That is, a hefty screen like in a movie theater, a relatively short distance to whoever is watching. Let's say some furniture obscures at the wrong time of viewing, but since the furniture will also apparently be of the corresponding design, you can simply roll it to the side by pressing the remote control button. That is, your wall is free, you turned on your favorite movie, TV series, music or something else, and you watch with pleasure. What to do if the wife wants to watch some TV series, the husband wants to watch football, and the child wants to watch some cartoons?
But I don’t think it will not be a big problem, because in principle it is possible in one room or if they have several rooms, to make such screens, and use headphones instead of speakers. Modern headphones have sound quality that is in no way inferior to speakers. On the other hand, why on earth would they turn on the speakers at full volume, when you can make headphones for each and listen individually. I wanted to read a book; he was tired of this news, music, talk shows and movies. For this he has an e-book. He takes it and reads it spakoynenko in his room or somewhere in an armchair. And let others watch TV for family viewing, a child reads a book, or, on the contrary, a woman and her daughter are watching a melodrama, and a priest reads an action movie about space aliens.
So what is the future in how long will it be? But now it is difficult to say because how technology is developing sometimes very quickly, and some, on the contrary, with a huge delay, but the Internet has already entered people's life with such force that I would not be surprised if in 10 or 15 years a symbiosis of television and the Internet occurs. The fact is that there are much more young people than the elderly, and they are driving progress, and what will remain with people, like televisions or something else, it will be the same as now some radio has. This is how it is.
I think no, not waiting. The Internet and television have long been working in symbiosis. Young people practically do not watch television, but there are also elderly people for whom television remains a priority source of various information.
Of course it can, all TV stars, comedians, businessmen climb on YouTube or try to develop online. It is much easier to track news over the Internet. And they show some propaganda on TV, don't they?
How close is this in the near future?
I think it will, since the current generation of buzzers and millennials don't watch TV. of which 10% is maximum. even my mom, who is a boomer, no longer watches it, because .... well, everything is on the Internet: shows, advertising, shops, music, news, films and everything is free choice. Plus, you need free time to watch TV, and where can you get it if you are either not at home or on the Internet.
There is nothing to take even from news channels, as one lie.
On television, it is clearly lagging behind, there is nothing to watch, only replays and replays.
Some civilizations before humanity used telepathy, psi skills were found in 100% of people for technology, thanks to religion, witch hunt ITD ...
it all depends on the goal of humanity and in which direction we want to head, the question is whether it is worth giving up if the majority on the Internet are watching content of primitive, everyday use. If we give up the TV, then we will lose the oscillatory contours of the difference giving a wider spectrum of thought. From the outside, these are trifles, but combined methods of obtaining information are always higher than limited ones, our greatness increases our domination!
The complete extinction of television most likely will not happen, but its transformation into something more perfect and interactive is not inevitable, all the same time and technologies dictate their reforms and the transition to digital is just the beginning! As for the merger of television with the Internet, this process has already taken place in one form or another, for example, almost any channel can now be viewed online via the Internet, and they are also actively introducing a system of subscriptions to series from channels.
Hasn't he already replaced him?
I think that most people aged 15 to 35 are more likely to surf the Internet and watch something on YouTube / Netflix and other things than TV
And most programs are already out on the Internet
It seems to me that there will be no complete refusal, because well, just using the Internet is simply stupid. So it seems to me that it is not necessary to wait. My answer is no.
Yes. the TV already has the function of a regular monitor. The Internet can exist without TV programs. A TV without Internet, box with 1 channel
It is possible that such a refusal will happen, but obviously - not in the near future. The film "Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears" said that television would soon replace cinema and theater, but this did not happen. Nowadays many TV programs can be watched on the Internet. In addition, it can be connected to a TV while watching programs on the big screen. It is possible that one day the Internet will completely supersede TV, or some hybrid forms will appear, connecting television and the World Wide Web.
Yes. Television is inevitably transformed into some new format. It is becoming obsolete, it is being replaced by the Internet everywhere. Many no longer have TVs.
TV is unlikely to die out like dinosaurs. It simply adapts to new conditions and becomes interactive. It will become more Internet TV on the same TVs, only everyone will choose for themselves what to watch.
In the next five years, television will still have a share of views, although now social networks have squeezed out traffic from this paid zombie box very strongly. Do not hope that this will happen very quickly. It will definitely take about 10 years. There is a lot of noise and advertising now. This will all change soon.
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there is no TV for about 7 years already, which I don’t regret at all ((((
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I think with ease. The only category of citizens who find it difficult without TV are pensioners, since this is already a habit. For example, I have almost not watched TV for 10 years, because there the same thing is littered without stopping and it is simply not interesting ...
Television cannot be replaced. You can modify it beyond recognition! It is difficult to call television where you yourself manage content, subscriptions and watch TV shows at a convenient time for YOU. The whole point of television is zombifying the population and showing anything to mass broadcasting, if you close your eyes to the ubiquitous advertising, which already occupies almost 50% of the airtime on the classic version of television.
If the illiteracy of the population continues to be at the level that it is now, or slides down, then television cannot be won, not crowded out, and it will continue its march through the minds
What is "television"? This is one of the ways to transfer content to the user, nothing more. It has both its advantages and many disadvantages. The pluses, probably, include developed networks, availability over vast territories and ease of "connection". Everything else is cons. Due to the fact that the Internet is becoming more and more accessible every day, it can be connected even in a remote taiga via a satellite with feedback (and it already costs quite reasonable money, not to mention the future of Elon Musk's Starlink), the role of banal broadcast television and the radio will go to zero. It will simply be unnecessary and unclaimed (and this trend is very clearly seen today). What is the point of choosing from a limited number of streams (even 500 channels), when you have the opportunity to watch ANY content at all, make your own playlist, or subscribe to 10005000 of the same channels? And besides, discuss the content, communicate directly with the author, express your opinion, etc.? No "television" or "radio" is adapted to this. Therefore, these technologies will go into oblivion from mass use very soon, as city telephones, city radio, tape recorders, records and CDs have gone there, leaving only a niche for freaks and fans of junk.
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No, as live on New Year's Eve or concerts on holidays unite. Internet music, Internet music, etc. may appear. as mobile phones or the like.
Most likely not, because if our grandmothers are on earth, then television shows and so on will be watched, so some people also make parodies and reactions to all this
What about Field of Miracles darling?
Seriously, there is no need to wait for the complete rejection of humanity from television, and incomplete too. Television is still the main content creator and king of advertising budgets. Millions watch TV every day, and not even in the smart version.
TV is developing, integrating with the Internet, experimenting with formats and changing to suit modern human needs. Smart TV already has First and HBO, so we will continue to watch Urgant, but through applications and services with great functionality.
Do not forget that there are people who watch TV every day, and for they are the main source of information.
There is no rejection of television, and the Internet cannot replace television, I answered the question, I hope I helped, thanks for clearing out !!!!!!! good luck !!!!!
There will never be a complete refusal, I suppose, just the Internet and TV will be connected into one common whole and will be inseparable. All the same, the old generation and many of ours are even banal to fyon constantly include it)
First, you need to determine what the television of the future is, because television consists of two components of television itself and the method of its delivery, because television has its own delivery channels, and so in the future, most likely, these classic channels will disappear since there will be no point in this, why will it be necessary to maintain all this infrastructure if the method of delivering content via the Internet, especially when 5g, 6g, etc. are implemented, summarizing all this, we can say that the television itself will remain, but not in the near future the broadcast, the method of delivering content will be carried out exclusively via the Internet.
I will not even say anything about this, why do you need TV if you can surf the Internet from it even now?
TV will die at the moment when the average viewership falls, that is, at the moment of death of the old generation for which was invented (and was invented at that moment), it is connected with aging and now even 20 years old it is sometimes difficult to get used to the Internet, what can we say about people who are over 40 years old?
And the point is not in the TV itself, but in relation to it, again, the views of the past generation, especially the Soviet.
Humanity will not refuse, but television will change. It will become interactive and show what is interesting to the viewer. Actually, now all this is there, and personally I do not watch TV.
No. Probably, the question is asked by a person whose TV is working through an antenna. In principle, now the same MTS provides about 150 channels along with access to the Internet. On the TV (or on the monitor), you simply select the source of information and that's it. That is, there is no difference in the DISTRIBUTION of information. The same subscriptions to movies and TV shows - Kinopoisk, Netflix, etc. they are the same for all devices - computer, TV, tablet, smartphone. The TV broadcasting format is now digital.
Another thing is the BROADCAST FORMAT. Television exists for two things - PROMOTION and ADVERTISING. The state pays for propaganda, manufacturers of goods, service providers, etc., for advertising. And all this is provided to you for FREE, and in order for you to watch this bullshit, advertising is inserted into the demonstration of films, programs, even the weather forecast, news and so on. These two tasks - propaganda and advertising - will keep television from dying.
Another thing is the BROADCAST FORMAT. Television exists for two things - PROMOTION and ADVERTISING. The state pays for propaganda, manufacturers of goods, service providers, etc., for advertising. And all this is provided to you for FREE, and in order for you to watch this bullshit, advertising is inserted into the demonstration of films, programs, even the weather forecast, news and so on. These two tasks - propaganda and advertising will not let television die.
Access is one thing, fixed program schedule is another. Already now, TV channels, including those received through satellite operators
(“NTV-Plus” and “Tricolor”), can be received legally via the Internet using the multiscreen system for several years. Naturally, for the money. And watch on a normal big screen smart TV. There are also free services with terrestrial channels. Personally, I don't care what delivery route. As long as people all over the world have TVs without access to the network, TV channels in the usual sense will not go anywhere.
I believe that the abandonment of television in favor of replacing Internet resources is possible in the near future. The vast majority of young people use the benefits of the Internet as dictionaries, (both spelling and linguistic, etc.) books, radio, audio and video players. On the Internet you can watch any movie, find any information, find out the news earlier than on TV
I think there will be something of a symbiosis between television and the Internet. My opinion is due to the fact that modern TVs have Internet functions such as YouTube, Wi-Fi and so on.
Yes, no, just the concept of television will go into the format of a music library, so to speak Kashamalash, where the username will choose a genre of music for that moment that is interesting to him, slide video on the background, and on top of ala rcc streams (media, HYIPs, series) of interest, it will be on a TV set, can be projected on an antrisol: D Let there be TV! Yes, so that I myself am an Ernst and a director. )))))
No, television will not completely disappear, as there will be people who watch TV3 and similar dregs. And the Internet is not so developed to win the battle for the viewer and win back viewers.
It is in this direction that we are moving, it remains to wait for the available Internet and a single platform where TV channels will come. It seems that this will make the person more attentive and legible, because the alternative is more visible on the Internet
No. does not wait, and cannot replace TV (in the near future). And no, it just became another way of broadcasting TV (previously there were special towers, then satellites and cable providers appeared, and now TV on the Web).
In my opinion. There will be only the Internet, television as such will disappear. And there will be no TVs, just like monitors. There will be a halogram and we will all look at it)
We will not move away from television for a long time, it has its own target audience and as long as it is alive, television will also be alive. So that the next 50 years, one hundred percent zombie box will exist.
There is one very important aspect in television, which is what all Internet technologies are striving for today: minimal actions on the part of the user.
A person is very lazy and will always be lazy. Therefore, the fewer movements he makes, the faster he becomes interested.
In the remote control on a TV, most use ONE button - PLUS CHANNEL, it turns on the TV and scrolls further.
In the near future, most likely this will not happen, but in a few centuries the Internet may be able to replace television!
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A distinctive feature of YouTube channels from central television are several, quite tangible, factors.
This is the channel's presenter's ability to conduct so-called streams and communicate with a huge audience live. Any subscriber of the channel, with a cell phone or stationary computer, can participate in the program, ask and answer questions. This does not require expensive special equipment, as well as the maintenance of a whole staff of specialists for its maintenance. You do not need to receive special education as a journalist or TV presenter, as well as various types of permits and accreditations. To broadcast live on the YouTube channel or publish videos on it, there is no need to buy or rent special premises - studios. This can be done anywhere at home, in the office, on the street. Even with the help of not expensive modern equipment for video recording, a camera, lighting, a microphone, you can produce decent quality content. Censorship and finance are generally a separate topic of conversation. The channel can earn on the Internet through advertising and through the donation system. Absolutely any more or less educated person who has eloquence and the ability to competently express his thoughts, as well as is of interest to a certain contingent of viewers, can open his own channel on the Internet on any particular topic. This is quick and easy to do. Viewers choose which channels to subscribe to and what to watch. In addition, there is a psychological moment. When, for example, a well-known blogger or journalist answers the questions of this or that viewer personally on camera. This inspires people and they are willing to pay for the development of such channels. You can talk endlessly about TV and YouTube channels. But even after these few arguments have been voiced, the idea is already creeping in that the central television will eventually be completely replaced by Internet channels. And the main reason is likely to be that television will become unprofitable.
If we consider the "Internet" as a way of transmitting information, then the absorption of television by the Internet has already begun and will eventually end with a complete absorption. There is no doubt that, as a result, the method of transmitting video and audio will be via one of the network protocols. And if we compare the options for presenting information (presenting information) "Internet" and "television" then there will not be and cannot be absorption. Films, shows, educational programs will not disappear anywhere. In this sense, there will be merging and complementing each other. There is no doubt about that either.
If we are talking about TV in the traditional form, then we will definitely not meet it soon. Now I am doing repairs in my walls and I just pass a gigabit cable everywhere in all rooms.
But the channels, news, etc. familiar to everyone. They will not disappear, but simply adapt to modern conditions. Everything will go to the Internet, and the live broadcast will become a stream.
According to statistics, video content is the most demanded format among a wide Internet audience. Therefore, television is unlikely to ever disappear.
New formats and services will appear. Some TV companies will master them and successfully migrate, some will die. And the most popular genres - talk shows, reality shows, political debates - will of course persist, they simply migrate to YouTube and Instagram.
The Internet is simply a set of technologies for delivering them to the final viewer. Do not hope that he makes people smarter or dumber by himself.
Alexander S. Just now
The assumptions are not correct: logic that does not take into account many other components of visual art will not lead to an adequate conclusion. On the way is a three-dimensional image, feedback from the viewer, allowing you to intervene in the drama of the work, combining live broadcasts of the opposing sides, etc. The result can be very unexpected and far from simple diffusion of TV and Internet and vice versa.
Television in the form in which it was invented no longer exists. We can say that television broadcasting is ALREADY happening by means of the Internet. At least in Russia, analogue TV broadcasting has already been abandoned. There are already streaming services and such things as Yandex ether .. Now almost everyone who has access to the Internet and more or less dorbrot "software" can create their own program and broadcast without participating in the so-called television network.
Thus, we are already witnessing the slow but certain death of classic television. This is noticeable even by the fact that private online broadcasts and video tapes on YouTube, Twitch and analogs are breaking more and more records for views.
In the light of recent events, a complete replacement is very possible. If the Internet is not like television, it will be occupied and will not dictate what and how to say. On the Internet, everyone can create their own channel, express their opinion. I wonder if it will always be.
I have not watched TV for 9 years and I do not advise anyone to watch this Putkin propaganda. The Internet has long replaced the fake Kremlin TV because you can still find the truth in it, but no longer on TV.
It depends on what is considered the nearest future. The tendency to abandon television by the younger generation is obvious. Over time, the popularity of television will fade even more, if it remains in the same form as now. However, some part of the audience will remain, as an example, radio can be considered. With the development of technology and the advent of television, radio listeners have become much smaller, but some part still remains.
Waiting! And in the near future! I'm 63 and I hope to still use it :-). And it will look like this: you put on special glasses like sunglasses and when you connect to Networks, a color stereoscopic image appears in the air and you hear (through the arches of the glasses) a stereophonic sound. At the same time, the real world around is visible behind this image. That's it! I strongly believe in the young generation !!! Hello everyone.
There will be no rejection of television for half a year, but television will change and adapt to modern conditions. For example, if I talk to myself, then I have not watched television at all for at least 6 years. I don't even understand why it is needed, if I can watch exactly what I want to watch and exactly when I want to watch.
Another thing is that in a couple of years, all TVs will be with the Internet. And this means that the cable broadcasting that we are used to will finally begin to bend. TV in this form will cease to be profitable, so they all spread over to the Internet.
The usual TV Shows will be broadcasted online.
In general, I believe that all this is beneficial not only for us (users), but also for advertisers, because Internet allows you to get more detailed statistics on viewers.
To this day, I can't believe that Malysheva, on her mediocre transfer, could earn on all her property, which is estimated at hundreds of millions of rubles.
To this day, I can't believe that Malysheva, on her mediocre transfer, could earn on all her property, which is estimated at hundreds of millions of rubles.
If an advertiser will be able to get real statistics for a specific channel, then he will make a decision solely based on statistics. Nobody will be able to give him noodles about the demand for the program and the approximate coverage.
What is the result? TV broadcasting will not disappear, but it will become as much like YouTube. To be honest, Yandex Ether will be perfect for these purposes, when they have a full-fledged Smart TV application. By the way, if you look, then what I described already begins there.
In the near future, no. Television is still simpler than internet broadcasting. As long as this is so (a couple of generations), television will remain. In addition, TV as a way of delivering information to the people by the government remains one of the most effective. Along with such seemingly forgotten things like Radio Point.
I think yes, most young people now watch YouTube channels rather than TV. In any case, this should not be seen as a rejection of television, but only its evolution, that is, other programs will simply go on TV.
Now there are a lot of online movie theaters, subscription series and more. In fact, before our very eyes, television is being replaced by the Internet. But the essence does not change from this. If people stopped watching the box, this does not mean that they began to spend less time watching videos, TV shows, etc.
I think it’s true, and there are many explanations. For example, on TV you can watch talk shows like Malakhov, as well as watch concerts with so-called hit songs and annoying pop artists. On the Internet, you can find out on the metal archives website about the so-called little-known metal bands. Despite the fact that to find out about all the little-known metal bands is simply theoretically unrealistic. Because 20-25 metal bands are added to the site (!) Every day (!), Which is a lot even for the whole world. In principle, why am I saying this in the world, all people do everything for the sake of money and you shouldn't blame them for this. For example, Malakhov, for the sake of big money, shows, to put it mildly, stupid and uninteresting talk shows. Pop singers perform with concerts and re-sing the same boring songs for the sake of big money. Metalists also create a huge number of metal bands to make good money and release albums for the sake of money, since they are not allowed to perform and many young metal bands only earn by releasing albums. Many metal bands are international at all, that is, the band members live in different countries. I think the Internet TV will hardly replace it because it is one whole. There are people who do not want to monitor metal archives every day and they just have to listen to the annoying Kirkorov, Meladze, Via Gro and others on TV. And there are people who are ready to monitor metal archives every day and listen to conceived very little-known metal bands that have a maximum of several demo albums in their discography. People are different and everyone has different hobbies, that's why television and the Internet were created for different needs. And people decide for themselves what to choose.
No, a complete rejection of television in the near future should not be expected. I think television and the Internet will merge into a single symbiosis, as is already happening. They will take the best from each other. The Internet will give humanity the opportunity to watch what and when you want. Television will dissolve in the form in which it is, and turn into a source of professional personnel. Television specialists, for example, Parfenov, go to YouTube and feel quite harmonious there. On television, workers are head and shoulders above those who appear on the Internet without screen experience. And professionals will move from screens to the Internet. But the reverse process will obviously not happen.
Television is a wounded creature that performs resuscitation procedures for itself in the form of inviting Internet heroes to air. Especially Urgant indulges in this. Whether this resuscitation procedure will work is unclear. TV still has resources, especially since it is a propaganda tool that the state needs. In addition, there will still be a certain percentage of people who will continue to watch TV. It was the same with the radio. They did not stop listening to him, despite the appearance of TV. So the percentage of nutcrackers who enjoy turning on the TV and clicking channels will remain. And until the nutcrackers die out, television won't die out either. Will internet TV kill? No, it will not kill if we speak of death as the point of completion of all modes of life.