The Conversation: Internet Videos Come to Your TV

YouTube just announced that come Friday it will join Netflix and iTunes in the new digital frontier of renting movies online.

Today ABC News' Diane Sawyer talks to Nick Bilton, a technology writer from the New York Times, about this new service. They also discuss how you can watch video clips from the Internet -- like today's Conversation -- on your TV set.

Will this new technology change TV as we know it? Are too many new technological devices being introduced too quickly? Is it too much new technology for a human brain to handle?

All this and more in today's Conversation.

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