This split picture shows how the world has totally embraced new technology using smart devices. The above picture splits people in 2005 vs 2013 waiting outside the Vatican for the announcement of who will be the next Pope. Now in 2017 just imagine how technology has impacted and multiplied on the culture of how Christians live their daily lives.
Anytime Blog July 2017
"...And He That Winneth Souls Is Wise." Pro. 11:30
Over the past 10 years with the invent of the smart phone/device millions of people are cutting the cord to traditional television.
According to a report by Cisco, global mobile devices and connections in 2014 grew to 7.4 billion, up from 6.9 billion in 2013. The vast majority of mobile data traffic (97%) will originate from the smart devices. By 2019, there will be 8.2 billion handheld or personal mobile-ready devices. And the global mobile data traffic will increase nearly tenfold between 2014 and 2019.
Hence, the new TV is not hanging from the wall but in the palm of a person's hand actively streaming content on a multitude of diverse interest anytime and anywhere. iChurch Networks was designed to fill all the “Church & Ministries On TV” needs in a app with the benefit of FREE interest alerts to Church Anytime ~ Worship Anywhere!
To advance this conversation about how TV and times have changed checkout this link [ESPN is planning digital and personality changes to 'SportsCenter’ https://usat.ly/2qk6WwQ] from a recent USA Today article of how ESPN, is making major changes trying to adapt to dropping TV viewership to a more digital based mobile friendly culture.
Technology has changed our culture and now time will tell which Churches and Ministries will adopt a clear diverse digital strategy to sustain growth and long-term success.