The Future of Television

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A new study from Ernst & Young Global Limited found that technology like on-demand and trends like binge viewing are impacting the future of television in a big way.

Writes Home Media Magazine, "EY identified six TV trends from the analysis of thousands of hours of interviews with executives from media and entertainment companies. Specifically, the report found that TV storytelling will evolve to make better use of a multiplatform user/viewer environment. Multiple screens that work seamlessly together will enable new story arcs and create greater opportunities for content producers to innovate with their audiences. Metadata that enables synchronization between screens will be a key enabler."

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