According to Tricia Duryee, Samsung has partnered with Time-Warner, Hulu and Comcast for its connected-screens project. And this plays directly into Samsung video display chief Boo-Keun Yoon's take on the future: "TV will become the focal point of content access and sharing."
Comcast and Time-Warner plan to enable tablets to change channels and toss movies, already underway, to other screens, like super-thin televisions.
Hulu's CEO cracked the door on a new Plus service for Androind phones, but gave no details.
So, "30 Rock" can go from 4-inch screens, to 7-inchers to 100 inchers -- inside the home for sure, and, maybe outside the home, soon.
Now, about all that bandwidth that needs paid for ... Netflix, we're looking at you.