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Not only do I think this is a valid observation, but NBC is sort of doing this now. At the end of many programs the final scenes are squeezed to the side while they run the credits and show what is coming up next or what is going to be on the "Tonight Show."

If (A big "If") this method was used instead of commercial breaks or used to cut down on breaks, it might not be all bad. Perhaps a "Picture in picture" approach would work. I agree as technology progresses the industry will have to follow.
 
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