Typical TV companies run several (sometimes dozens) of different TV channels. Because they are all spreading their funding so thinly to support each channel means all the programs are poor quality or are repeats. The result is the viewer is constantly channel-hopping between hundreds of channels of 'nothing on tv' each time an advert is about to appear.
The answer is obvious: Instead of having 900+ channels of 'nothing on', instead put all that time and effort into a much much smaller number of really-high-quality programs in super wide screen extra-HQ quality. Everyone will so be glued to the screen that they wouldn't want to switch channels because they might miss something. Not only that but sustained viewing rate for a high-quality channel would skyrocket because viewers wouldn't be trying to watch 99 other channels at the same time.
Not only that, but when the bandwidth previously spread over 100 channels is concentrated into a single extra-high-HQ program there would be much less lost in data compression; all picture movement would look as clear and natural as real life; all lip-sync, jerky movement and picture breaking-up problems would be a thing of the past. Because there's almost no data compression and as such no huge data processing needed means that these TV's can be as cheap or possibly even cheaper than current TV's are now.
A great step in the right direction is to start off by using the unused analog frequencey spectrum that's now become avaialble since the 'switchover'. In there there's enough space for maybe nine or 10 of these super-high quality channels with nothing lost due to data compression. A large corporation can be set up to concentrate all their effort into making super-high quality programs which will be screened on super-HQ equipment that does these programs full justice. We are already making these high quality programs right now, they are the ADVERTS. All that's needed is to concentrate the all effort and money into making programs of the same quality as the adverts.
Otherwise, it's back to channel-hopping through 900+ channels of 'nothing on tv' which have no purpose other than filling in time between adverts!