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04/13/2005 Entry: "TV sucks. I love TV."
Posted by CKL @ 09:18 AM PST

"The TV industry as a whole produces over 31 million hours of programming each year, but most people only have access to 3-4% of the total, and finding what you like even among that smaller number is difficult. There's also the weird way most TV shows are shown once and then never seen again...

"If you could digitize and make available all 31 million hours of video produced each year, and had a sophisticated search mechanism, people could find all the niche programming they want and love...

"I can't wait to see where the world of TV is in five years. I suspect I'll be picking shows I want to see off a website, buying copies for a small charge, and downloading them for[sic] to my home theater by then."

-- Matt Haughey, PVRblog

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