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We know that the world of television can be very big and that getting lost in it the programs such as the game of thrones is very easy. TV Guide Magazine is the perfect guide you need to keep you very well-informed about your favorite series, give you the best recommendations and tell you what is to come so you can always enjoy the best of television.

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Beginning with the July 17–23, 1954, issue, the listings in each week's issue changed to start on Saturday and end on Friday, which remained the listings format for all local editions until April 2004. The old school also has a space in Tv Guide Magazine Do you want to see that TV series that you liked so much and are not already happening on any TV channel? In Tv Guide Magazine you can also find those old series and programs so you can remember old times accompanied by a big bowl of popcorn, and why not? With a good company.

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Hochman, David
Holbrook, Damian
Logan, Michael
MacDonald, Lindsay
Mallikarjuna, Krutika
Mascia, Gina
Mathews, Liam
Miller, Amy
Rammairone, Nerina
Rhodes, Joe
Roush, Matt
Rudolph, Ileane
Surette, Tim

Thomas, Kaitlin
Venable, Malcolm
Vick, Megan
Adams, Alyssa
Aslanian, Emily
Bernard, April
Biswanger, Ray
Clark, Noelene
Darminio, Aubry
Fell, Michael
Gennis, Sadie
Halterman, Jim
Hatchett, Keisha

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Will Internet television replace traditional television?

Wo don´t think the internet will replace the television but, the content will be re-formatted and optimized for the living room experience and apps will play a significant role in this transformation, just as mobile apps have improved the delivery of content on smartphones. Television is the next content-heavy industry to be disrupted.The Internet is a wonderful medium for content and content delivery. With bandwidths only increasing by the day, and cloud computing becoming more prevalent, it is very likely that television content and other forms of content both by large publishers and user-generated will be streamed from the Internet.Today the experience between watching Internet content and watching content on your television still has its gaps. This gap is surely reducing by the advent of set-top boxes that are "smarter" and "Internet-aware." If this trend continues, existing television operators might use the television networks for live programming and leverage the Internet for on-demand content delivery of past programs, episodes, movies, etc.Internet television also has the unique advantage of setting up two-way communication with end-users. This would enable end-users to participate via their TV in a live program, or rate/review on-demand content, etc.Furthermore, business models around advertising make it feasible (and necessary for ad-revenue-based organizations) to have on-demand content monetized via the television medium rather than the Internet medium - the reach of the television is far higher than that of current devices that are used to access the Internet.
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