Long relegated to the fringe, Internet-enabled TV sets are finally
ready for prime time: Nearly 28 million will ship this year, up 125%
from 2009, and electronics research firm iSuppli Corp. estimates that
by 2014, 54% of flat-panel TVs will be Internet-enabled. But now that
couch potatoes can readily access a web series, "the question becomes,
How do we make them care?" says Jim Lanzone, CEO of Internet
programming guide Clicker.com,
who will speak at this L.A. event.