Streaming TV creates opportunity for investors

A disruptive innovation is a product or service innovation — typically in cost, capability or convenience — that arrives unforeseen and significantly disrupts an existing market. Ultimately, the disruptive innovation overtakes, replaces or even creates the market anew. Be it through scientific breakthrough (the printing press, the steam engine, electricity, the telephone, digital cameras), technological confluence (digitization plus Internet equals declining music album sales, connected devices plus logistics equals rise of online retail), low-cost competition (economy airlines, data storage, Wikipedia) or solutions to constraints (shale fracking), examples of these innovations fill history and drive it. – Phoebe Venable, The Tennessean
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