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Get ready for the reason that "there's going to be tube out the wazoo!" This according to Jonathan Klein, the head of CNN - U. S. operations in a USA Today story on the joining of the Internet and television. Major broadcast networks, cable networks, and comfort providers are gearing up for the 'mother of all media battles' in staking out territory on the new and rising average called "Internet TV". All in all it's video online, which is not new, but what is new is that the major networks are now being paid fully involved. Klein continued, "It will be pausable, searchable, with all the customizable 'on demand' recompense of the Internet. It's a coming that's not very far away" Klein did not elaborate on how long it will take, what a 'wazoo' is, or how a small screen would fit by means of it.

CNN has in recent times misused it's Internet news big business model by trashing the $5. 00 per month subscription price for video, in favor of a pure promotion model. The coverage is more extensive, and at last it's for free. The way they formerly baited news junkies was unconscionable.

CNN Online: "Breaking Story: A reporter was jammed with his 'camera on' as Marines repelled a alarm act of violence by al Queda in Afghanistan . . . click here to see video. "

Me: "click"

CNN Online: "First we need you to fill out this form and sign this contract!"

Me: "Oh. . . shoot me now. . . !"

I fancy being gradually brainwashed with banners and branding ads, than being beleaguered to cough up a acclaim card, don't you?

CBS News which sat on the sidelines while its competitors ran the table with 24 hour cable news will not be trumped again. They freshly opened up www. cbsnews. com and is investing big bucks in beefing up the video. You can even pick the hearsay to make to order your own newscast.

Nippon TV in Japan is a step ahead in Internet TV and will be donation pay-per-view army by the end of the year. Their marketing area has also come up with a brilliant and creative name: "The Back Nippon Box Network".

Major broadcasters like ABC, ESPN, Foxnews, Major League Baseball, MTV, BBC, Telemundo and others before now offer video online with a TV-ish feel but a tidal surge of new encoding is just on the horizon.

Cable TV made room for area channels targeting lesser audiences such as the Golf Channel, and the 4-hanky super-drama "Bassmaster", now we can anticipate Internet TV to spread even more. For example, the close relative business of HGTV and The Food Concentrate will launch 10 Internet channels by 2006, the first one being "The Kitchen Adapt Channel. " I kid you not. Maybe the first spinoff show will be "The Linoleum Channel". I'm eager for the "The Chain Link Fence Channel. "

Netflix, the online movie charter company, is in negotiations with the studios over the civil liberties to air movie comfortable online. Will the cable commerce carry on to endow with the cable modem broadband armed forces that allow web-surfers to get movies from their competitors? Stephen Burke, COO of Comcast believes that web video watchers only want short clips and doesn't see any danger to their core commerce by colonize downloading movies. Ned Peabody, a blacksmith in 1890, also said that the horseless carriage was a noisy smoky pail of bolts and would never interchange the dependable horse. OK, I made that up, but I bet there was a blacksmith who said a little like that. Anyway, you get my point. If movies can be purchased for a cheap price, downloaded quickly, with good quality, and played on a large monitor, how will that not take a big bite out of the "Movies On-Demand", and Pay Movie Channels of Comcast, Time-Warner and other cable providers?

Yes, we're banner right into the absolute storm of four major influences conflagrating concurrently creating ripe circumstances for a world wide sea change!

1) Video imaging know-how is advent of age. The consider is logically clear now on a cpu or TV check devoid of squinting and migraine headaches.

2) Broadband use reached 35 million users and is rising rapidly. That means that there are 40% less laptop keyboards being smashed in frustration, ripped out of the computer, terrified alongside the wall and then kicked while the character waits endlessly for jerky video streams. (That stat may be just in my household)

3) Online advertisers are paying big time, expenditure 11. 2 billion this year alone. Entrepreneurs like that "B" word.

4) Most importantly, video storeroom and streaming is now cost actual and will make a lot colonize rich. Or be supposed to I say, a lot of rich people, richer.

So lets review: . . . the look after of all media battles. . . the chain link fence channel. . . horseless carriages. . . and a accurate storm. "It's On!"

Maybe one day we'll each have our own channel. But if there's 6 billion channels and still nil on, what then? Maybe we can go outside, take a hike and get some exercise? Or we can get on our treadmills and watch "The Under your own steam Channel. " Hey, that sounds like a good idea! Here's the slogan, "Where do you want to walk today?" It's video and sound on calm paths from all about the world. Trust me, if it's not existing now, it will be. Maybe you're the one to do it. Send me a percentage!

Rick David writes a attribute feature entitled, "Don't Laugh, It Could Come about To You" for San Diego Trade America. com


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