Well there is no question that TV is changing- in many ways- some good- some bad. The good is that there are a lot more choices now- if you don't like what local OTA (Over The Air) stations are showing, you can watch something from Hulu, Netflix, or Youtube or countless other internet services which will appear. But more choices means more complexity, and more cost. For example, in the old days, poor people could see anything rich people could- and for free- all they needed was a TV and antenna. Today much of TV is delivered by cable, internet or satellite- all services one must pay for. And this trend will only increase as more and more spectrum is taken from OTA broadcasting and converted to wireless digital services. Eventually discrete OTA broadcasting will probably disappear completely and everything will be delivered by various digital systems. While this will provide a lot more choices, it means additional cost, not only for the delivery system, but in many cases, for individual programs, thus creating disparity between the haves and have-nots. . . . . .