AT&T Said to Plan Web Streaming as Primary TV Platform by 2020

Scott Moritz:

"The provider has been working for more than a year to build a video-delivery system that can carry multiple live feeds to broadband-connected homes, said the people. Such a platform would eliminate the need for a cable hookup or satellite dish in five years or less, the people said."

I'm a little worried that I'm starting to think this sounds interesting. As someone who cut the cord some five-plus years ago, I recognize that it's still not feasible for many -- or even most -- people yet. But this sounds like a bit step in that direction.

Meanwhile, Comcast wants to launch a cellular phone service (using Verizon's spectrum). All the companies you hate, all in one place, all in one space. What could go wrong?


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