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One of the big topics at the Consumer Electronics Show this week is television — like smart TVs and more high-definition programming. But as more and more of us stream our content, what does the future of television really look like beyond pixels and frame rates? For a look at how television stations might be licensed in the future and how interactive new programming might be, Marketplace Tech turns to Harvard’s Jonathan Zittrain. Click the audio player above to hear more.
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