I always took that "no more television" line in a specific sense. Television in this case referring to network programming broadcast over the air.
There's probably video entertainment programming in the future, but it's not produced by network corporations and it's not commercial programming and it's not broadcast over the air. So far removed from traditional production and distribution that it's no longer referred to as "television".
That's all. A simple idea, I thought.
I never thought the "No television" line ever meant people aren't watching video entertainment on screens anymore.