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As audiences spend more time watching television online and as websites such as Netflix develop shows like “House of Cards” streamed only to the Internet, one thing is clear: Broadband is redefining the landscape for how people are consuming — and producing — entertainment.
Wednesday on the NewsHour, correspondent Hari Sreenivasan kicks off a three-part series, looking at the implications high-speed broadband will have over time.
In part one, Hari speaks with New York Times reporter Brian Stelter — whose recent article compared made-for-the-net television and network programs — and Maker Studio co-founder Lisa Donavan, a star in her own right on YouTube, about the evolving format of content creation and distribution.
We’re asking: How is broadband reshaping your entertainment time? Do you view T.V. shows, films and video games online or on television? Consider this an open thread and tell us in the comments below.