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The most interesting people in the world watch a lot of TV -- and that's the biggest problem.
POSTED DECEMBER 10, 2004 BY JACK POWERS

Following up our research in new video technologies, this outline for a twelve week course on Pervasive TV is being tuned for several New York-area university programs. It's about the development of many new forms of video outside of the standard 101 million Homes Using Television that Nielsen measures.

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