Wireless TV is fast becoming an issue of debate. Many consider the technology as groundbreaking, many see it as a chance to get away from the monopoly of the cable networks while others simply see it as just another high-tech thing that is drowning the modern world. Imagine no need for wires and cables and anywhere in the house the TV can access basically any channel.
For those who cannot seem to understand the concept of wireless TV, liken it to the old style communication system. In the past, in order to get a phone call, you needed a landline which depends on the transmitters. When technology modernized communication, there was the cordless telephone which used an antenna to receive the signal. Then the mobile phone came into being no need for cables, but there were still antennae. Then the latest technology improved it, no visible antenna.
This is the same with wireless TV. The old style was the antenna outside the home, usually installed at the apex of the roof of the house, and then there were the cables. But then computer technology intervened and the internet came into being. In the past the PCs needed to be hooked up to the cable or Ethernet to receive the signals until eventually there was no need of the cables, WiFi was invented. The WiFi just needed a transmitter and a receiver (the modern antenna) and the internet was accessible from anywhere and everywhere by anyone.
The wireless TV also has its own WiFi the transmitters. Using WiFi technology, the modern flat TVs can now access the internet but are controlled by the PC hooked up to it. The Internet TV on the other hand did not depend on the PC any longer; the remote could put up the control menu so the internet can be accessed separately from the PC.
Unfortunately it is expensive to have. One would need a flat TV, but if none then one would need to get the router, which can be expensive. But the router would not work without the internet server. Also, the connection is slower and if the transmitter gets obstructed, the receiver will receive interrupted signal as well, so the viewing can be interrupted.
This is new technology so obviously its maturation would take some time. However, people are positive about its future and it wont be long before this would become a standard as well.