Roseholme Cottage is hardly high tech central: I just got my first multicore processor last month and my roommate actually uses the telegraph keys she collects, for heaven's sake, but this article about the looming demise of the traditional TV business hit home.
We were just talking about ditching the dish: I only use it to watch MSNBC weekend mornings and she'll occasionally nap to the History Channel of a Sunday afternoon, but that's about it.
The local news comes in for free over the airwaves. Generally, if there was a series we got interested in we just bought it on DVD, like House, (or nowadays over the little Roku box, like Archer,) but as far as actually sitting around the television at a given hour to catch Who Wants To Dance With A Talented Survivor? Uh, nope.
So why did we still have it? Y'know, that was a good question...