Entertainment's Next Wave of Change? It's YouTube, Boob

I am taking a break from my break to weigh in on the discussion about how media consumption is changing, because I have a special advantage that us old fogies (anyone over 30) needs in order to comprehend fully how the world is changing. I have teenage daughters! If you think you are a modern, tech-savvy person, just sit with a teenager for 30 minutes and ask questions. You will soon realize there is a new world forming out there, and you might really not be as "with it" as you think.

Right now the focus is on how Netflix (NFLX) is disrupting classic media, and certainly it represents the first wave of change. (Do you old-timers remember when they used to mail you DVDs? It was a smart way to kill time until bandwidth caught up with their vision.)  ...665 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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