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Unpacking the television
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction
This article investigates the changing television watching practices amongst early adopters of personal hard-disk video recorders (such as Tivo) and Internet downloading of video. Through indepth interviews with 21 video enthusiasts, we describe how the rhythms of television watching change when decoupled from broadcast TV schedules. Devices such as Tivo do not simply replace videotapes; TV watching becomes more active as programs are gathered from the schedules, played from a stored collectiondoi:10.1145/1592440.1592444 fatcat:jofkaqbzcbhtrl3mmmbzfpqlia