According to BBC, over 28 million people watched the marriage of Charles and Diana, but only 24 million saw the wedding of Kate and William. Now events like the Oscars, Olympics and more might change the want and desire to watch the wedding. Looking from the 80s to the 2010s, their has been a shift in the amount of TV stations available for the general public.
Things became even more accessible with the establishment of Hulu. Founded from a cooperation of media giants, Hulu now allows users to stream video content on-demand.
This platform, along with Netlfix causes a sort of Tinder or online-dating platform for television options. Now what I mean by this situation, is that online dating has made it so easy for people to access or deny different "fish in the sea," that the options have almost become overwhelming and hard to select for the viewers.
Has technological changes given us too many choices for media and pop culture?