posted on Dec, 13 2019 @ 07:42 AM
This is my theory of tv quality.
Years ago, there were 3 or 4 channels available to watch in most places. This means that to make new programming for all them, only 4 hours per hour
need to be created. This number is actually way high because the broadcasts were not 24 hours a day and not all new. This was mostly considered good
at the time. Now we have 500 to 1000 channels, this means that to have new material on just 25% of the time, we need 125 to 250 hours of programming
made per hour. Assuming creativity has doubled, the quality has been reduced to roughly 6.4 to 3.2 percent of what it once was. This does not take
into consideration that almost all channels are on 24 hours a day now, that would make the quality number much worse.
This means more channels gives you more crap. The material being discussed is an example.
"They do not build them as they once did." Teal'c
edit on 12 13 2019 by beyondknowledge because: (no reason given)