I think the problem here is the definition of the word "Television". The currently ubiquitous TV derives from a system designed to deliver media content via limited bandwidth radio. Even today, there are many people that do not utilise free to air TV services. There are many alternatives including cable, Internet, satellite and connected devices. From this perspective the TV as it was realised is dead. What has replaced it, even today in a large part, is a bloody huge screen with many inputs. At 66 years old, I need a bloody big screen. Small, high resolution screens are great on mobiles, tablets, etc. I'm quite happy to watch a movie on my phone whilst flying in an aluminium tube powered by dead dinosaur juice. However, in the comfort of my home I would like to see the movie on a huge screen with a good sound system. With multiple inputs and an Internet connection, the choice of content is limited by those that produce it.