Steven Levy, the sixty-something journalist who spent over a decade’s worth of his career working as a senior writer for the Wired Magazine, left the organization in 2014 to establish his own media publication. Today, three years since that fateful resignation, Levy has returned to Wired once again after its parent company acquired Backchannel, the tech-specific digital magazine that was Levy’s brainchild. One of his first articles since his return to his home publication, not surprisingly, was about the birth and rise of the television industry that he has witnessed throughout his life. In his article, Levy chronicled the interesting history of the rise of the entertainment industry, from network to cable and then to the internet. He then went on to make some captivating predictions about the future of internet television, and how tech billionaires will change the way we consume our entertainment. Les mer her