The TV broadcasting industry in the US and other major markets is going through a time of experimentation at the moment. With new ways of delivering TV channels coming up all the time as the use of the internet continues to expand.
As well as the regular TV content, video streaming and pay-per-view services which are available, there is now TV on demand too. This is really taking off as it allows people to go back and watch episodes of their favourite TV shows from their TV screen or computer monitor.
Sky and Virgin Media in the UK are continuing to bring out services for their subscribers that let them watch their channels on tablet computers as well as the TV itself.
Add to this the fact that Apple is considering entering the market too as the company’s founder Steve Jobs admitted that integrated TV was one of the things they were looking at before he passed away.
Whatever becomes of these new ways to watch television content, you can be sure that while other devices like smartphones and tablet PCs will continue to be included in any of these services, the best medium for getting the best overall experience is watching it on a TV.
TV wall brackets will still be around to mount your flat screen television so you can enjoy these new internet-based services from the comfort of your armchair. While other things are changing around it, the TV and accompanying TV wall mounts remain a constant.