Have we come to the point that there is just too much good TV available that we can’t watch it all? Media columnist David Carr of the New York Times thinks we may have.
In this week’s column, published Monday, he writes, "The media world today is less the paradox of choice than the inundation by options." Later in his essay he adds, "Our ability to produce media has outstripped our ability to consume it."
Carr’s piece is our pick for the most provocative article of the day. You can read it in its entirety if you click here.