It is a time when TVs that are aligned with and act like our computers – smart TVs – are the ones on two-thirds of people’s shopping lists. And 40 percent of consumers say they will upgrade their TVs in 2012. Sites like YouTube are prepared to sidestep the television industry all together as video stars like Fred and The Annoying Orange (“Hey apple? Apple? Hey apple?”) launch their own channels.
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If Fred is the future of connected TV, please allow me to disconnect.