What is "television"??? I guess for a long time I felt I knew what "television" meant, but now I have this nagging doubt. The introduction into the TV Show Talk forum area of the Netflix show "Lilyhammer" forced me to think again about what we mean when we say "television." I was shocked at the narrowness of the definition at Dictionary.com: I can't imagine many people limiting the meaning of the term to "broadcast television." Wikipedia offers the following which I guess covers it all: "Television (TV) is a telecommunication medium for transmitting and receiving moving images that can be monochrome (black-and-white) or colored, with or without accompanying sound." In fact, it feels like it covers too much. With Netflix in the mix, I feel uncomfortable with the Wikipedia description as I feel like it covers movies and I guess for me movies weren't television in 1948. But of course we have had "made for TV" movies for decades. Is this just an old guys' problem or, worse yet, just one old guy's problem?