The [a]list daily: "Television programming is undergoing a revolution, with Netflix being nominated for Emmys and even Amazon preparing original programming. Apple and Google are continuing attempts at changing the way people view TV, even while digital media is poised to see more viewer time than TV. Meanwhile, the last great innovation that would sell zillions of TVs – 3D – has crashed and burned as consumers decide they don't care to pay extra for it. Sony alone has lost over $8.5 billion in television manufacturing over the past decade, and other TV makers aren't doing great, either.
All of this may be about to change, as the next great innovation in TV looks like it may arrive far faster than anyone suspected."