The way we consume television and movies is vastly different than it used to be. Only a few decades ago, most people had access to a small number of TV stations, and tuned into whatever was on the air. Movies were at the theater, or on VCR tapes. Now, there is a seemingly limitless number of options - from cable stations to Hulu, Netflix, HBO Now and beyond.
Two guests joined host Marianne Combs to discuss the way our TV and movie consumption has changed, the economics behind that, and how to be smart consumers of media. Neal Justin is the Star Tribune's TV critic, and Daniel Fienberg is Television Critic for The Hollywood Reporter.