TV producers and distributors aren’t the only ones struggling to cope with technology-driven changes to their business models. Traditionally slow-footed TV set-makers are also straining to manage the introduction of three major new technological upheavals simultaneously: 3D, Internet connectivity and LED backlighting. Unfortunately, the two sides of the business aren’t always on the same page. As set-makers race to bring streaming video into the living room, the networks are still trying to keep it out.
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