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THE FUTURE OF TV (It's toast — this is what will replace it)

Over the last couple of years, some of the best analysis on the future of TV and digital video has been published at a site called REDEF. For many excellent articles and analyses, please scroll through the "Originals" section here. REDEF analysts Matthew Ball (@ballmatthew), Jason Hirschhorn (@jasonhirschhorn), and Tal Schachar (@tweettal) have recently created an updated slide deck that they are presenting at industry conferences and events.
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