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Are ‘hybrid’ streaming services the future of TV?

News | 07/27/2015 9:18 pm EDT

Streaming is often perceived as a competitor to the traditional TV system, but the introduction of a new service in the U.S. raises the possibility that instead of one replacing the other, the two could merge into a new hybrid offering both live TV and on-demand streaming.

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