I remember the 13' black and white tv. I always windered what would they think of next. Regular Tv. sometimes was a pain having to sit a certain way hoping noone would come into the room. Sometimes having to spend 30 seconds to five minutes tuning in a channel to watch what was on when it was scheduled. I thought cabel would be different to only find out it was the same thing with more channels.
Then they invented digital for regular channels. Now up to this point technology usually debatably went forwards. At least now it can't rot your brain. Unless you want to spend fifteen minutes tuning a channel in with a garantie it will last for about fifteen minutes before you have to spend another fifteen minutes tuning it in. Also instead of clear color you get black, or you probably wont be able to watch what you want when it is schedule. That channel probably wont come in unless you like cooking 24/7, or PBS. Other times you get 1 frame every 15 minutes with sound sometimes. Like I said digital killed the Tv star.
This leads up to the point that video didn't kill the radio star. The reason was because on the radio you could pick a station kind of what you like while video was one dimeansional.