Tuesday, November 28, 2006

The new challenge

"Indeed, they've paid increasing premiums for the opportunity as audiences have shrunk, because even in a fragmented media world, the largest fragment "network TV " is the most valuable. But now they realize that they are losing not only mass but critical mass.
They see the old model collapsing before them, and they have $67 billion to spend and no idea where to spend it. Because, at least until recently, the Internet has lacked both the riveting content and ad space inventory to absorb it."

What about a "NEW" IPTV?
Somethng Internet looking and TV looking?
What about following the people's tastes and expectations?
What about changing?
May be it doesn't work anymore the way it did...

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