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Get ready for 'over-the-top' TV
March 7th, 2014
07:20 AM ET

Get ready for 'over-the-top' TV

By Brian Stelter,  CNN Senior Media Correspondent

"Over-the-top is coming."

Lowell McAdam, Verizon's chief executive, could not have been more blunt in his comments Tuesday about the future of television.

But what exactly will that look like, and which company will get there first?

First, consider the situation today. Most Americans have a monthly cable or satellite subscription that comes with a set-top-box and a big bundle of channels. Internet streaming through services like Netflix(NFLX) and Hulu are still the exceptions to the rule.

Read more of Brian's article here. 

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