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Friday, May 13, 2005
Guy Brightonpoints to Ntro' amazing insight about the evolution of Web TV. By combining RSS with BitTorrent we'll have sort of mini-Tivos on our PC - able to select the content we want at a micro level. With Bittorrent and RSS, one can easily create an internet-based periodical broadcast of huge files with almost zero distribution cost. With MythTV and Torrentocracy, one can create a set-top box such as a Tivo or VCR that consumes such a broadcast. It’s possible to replace (or complement)a satellite receiver and DVD player with a cheap PC running MythTV, and still stay up to date on Desperate Housewives.
The effect Guy brighton says would be the final deathnell for the 30 second spot. The ads, they won't even be there - the TV & Ad industry will have to work together to find new ways to support each other.
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