Tuesday, August 7, 2007

Nothing to Watch on TV? Streaming Video Appeals to Niche Audiences

From The New York Times - Buffering ... buffering ... buffering.

Seeing these words blinking at the bottom http://www.blogger.com/img/gl.link.gifof the postage-stamp-size screen during a download of jerky video defines the annoying experience of entertainment on a computer monitor.

However, the potential of new streaming video services — fast, full screen and in sharp resolution — is unleashing a torrent of movies and television shows, much of it aimed at narrowly defined audiences that can’t find niche programming even on cable systems with 500 or more channels. | Read full article

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