Nothing is more prevalent these days in media and tech news than stories about the undoing of traditional cable and the rise of over the top streaming services like Netflix and Apple TV. But which one of these new services actually stands a chance of really threatening the massive TV business? The Atlantic put out an excellent article this week exploring the power of these rising streaming services, and also the threat that less obvious, smaller outlets like YouTube and Vine pose to the cable biz. According to the article, the ? real revolution is likely to come from outside the traditional ecosystem, from the Vimeos and Vessels and even Facebooks of the world, where content is being created and distributed entirely outside the existing ecosystem?. Read more from the Atlantic on the disruption of traditional TV here.