Date: 2 months ago   Category: IT & Media

On Channel One called the main advantage of television before the Internet — Rambler News Service


The modern viewer in a situation of the reoffer becomes невротизирован and doesn't want to look for content in variety of various resources that becomes advantage to modern television before Internet platforms. Such opinion at the Media industry conference was expressed by the commercial director of Channel One Pyotr Shepin. "We attract the nevrotizirovanny and favourite viewer with the fact that he doesn't need to suffer the choice: he precisely knows that he will get at 21 o'clock, for example, news on "First", and a match of CSKA — Spartak of derby will look at "TV Match". And it is very important in a situation in which each of us is in a reoffer situation, from all directions we are wildly nevrotizirovana. And the television for this reason doesn't lose to the Internet on audience: the viewer doesn't want to work once again – he wants to come to something familiar and very habitual where his choice isn't required" — Shepin at a session of a conference on sports content has reported. The general producer "TV Match" Tina Kandelaki participating in a session has reported that despite the growing popularity of various Internet platforms offering this or that sports content, sports broadcastings on television "are invincible". "Even when you watch developments of series that you see – in phone it is desirable that in a shot more than two heroes weren't. Even if you will very strongly want, the battle scene to watch in phone not really conveniently. Therefore – or as you want it call sport on television – on the big screen I am invincible. Because the increasing sports events in which more than two people participate in a shot, of course, it is technically more convenient to watch them on the big screen. And as there he will be called also what channel of delivery it will be already unimportant" — Tina Kandelaki has reported.

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