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First, people are coming to expect an infinitude of choice. They want news and entertainment on their own terms. They see no reason they shouldn’t be able to watch movies or TV shows or listen to music whenever they want, wherever they happen to be, on whatever device they have with them – and with a minimum of advertising, thank you. Frank Rose
Our challenge now is to keep the flame of this revolutionary programming alive by continuing to seek out new talent, nurture it, encourage it, challenge it, give it a home and the kind of autonomy that the past and present -of our three golden ages of television - has proved it deserves.
Kevin Spacey, about the Future of Television, during his keynote speech at Edinburgh International Television Festival
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Entry for Wharton University’s Future of Advertising Program. The Program addresses two questions collaboratively ”What could advertising look like in the future ?” and “What should we do now to get ready for that future ?”
"What could advertising look like in the future?
If we have a look back at the route advertising has taken since its birth, the tremendous empowerment of viewers will appear strikingly. Indeed, viewers have plenty of new tools in their hands to compare offers, be informed about brands, spread messages to their peers, share content widely. There has also never been so much content and so many experiences available to us. And this plethora of choices will grow exponentially in the coming years. It results in viewers being able not only to choose the content but also how they want to interact with it. With remote controls, tablets, computers or smartphones, they have taken control of how they experience audiovisual content. Empowered by an impressive set of tools, such as the social networks, craving compelling content and ready to share it when they like it, they are playing a key role in defining tomorrow’s winning approaches in our increasingly connected world.