The history of Television has changed many times since inception in the 1930’s. From black and white to color in the 1960’s. The introduction of cable and satellite TV in the 1970’s allowed for more channels.
The size and shape of TV’s changed dramatically from box TV’s to flat screens. TV households hit 100 million in 2000.
It took radio broadcasters 38 years to reach an audience of 50 million, television 13 years, and the Internet just four.
The advent of the Internet forced some of the largest traditional industries to move their business model to online or risk failing altogether. These are the years these industries were surpassed by their Internet business models.
- Traditional Stockbrokers – 1997
- Newspapers – 2000
- Record Industry – 2003
- Travel Agents – 2007
- Telephone Industry – 2008
- Book Stores – 2011
- Big Box Retailers – 2012
The next great industry predicted to collapse because of the Internet is the 2.2 trillion dollar Cable TV industry.
The Problems With Cable TV
Cable rates have increased 30% in the past 5 years, nearly three times the rate of overall inflation.
Customer service is so bad that 3 of the top 5 most hated companies in America are in the cable industry.
The percentage of cable subscribers is declining for the first time in history.
New Internet devices are faster, smaller, inexpensive and will have a higher penetration worldwide over the next few years. The developing world is projected to have the largest percentage increase of Internet access over the next 5 years.
Google Fiber may be 100 times faster than normal internet for the same price. You can download 9 streaming high definition recordings at once.
Apple and other manufacturers are coming out with smarter, more interactive TV’s that will take full advantage of the new emerging high speed Internet technologies.
The Future Transformation of the Internet and Cable TV
Introducing The Sumlin Broadcasting Network, the first company in history to provide Worldwide Internet Cable TV that includes all popular channels, all Premium channels and all pay per view events.
Your cost is only $20.00 per month, $60.00 for 4 months, or $100.00 for a year.
There is no installation and you will have instantaneous access. Everything is in the Cloud so the picture comes through fast, clear, and problem free.
SBN includes over 2 million movies commercial free plus a wide variety of TV Series, all commercial free and the SBN Merchandise Shopping Club will include recently released movies for a fraction of what you would pay at your local movie rental store.
SBN gives you access to top liquidation companies with discounts of 60%-80% or more for clothing, accessories, electronics, household items and much more.