Broadcast television in an IP world
ag4ve.us at gmail.com
Fri Nov 17 23:56:38 UTC 2017
Besides Netflix, does anyone else offer CDN boxes for their services?
I'm also guessing that most content won't benefit from multicast to homes
I can see where multicast benefits sports and news (and probably catching
commercials for people). But in a world where I'm more than happy to pay
Amazon $25-40 a show/season to avoid commercials, I'm guessing
live/broadcast TV will get even less popular (I get news via YouTube - so
that's not even live for me anymore).
On Nov 17, 2017 18:03, "Luke Guillory" <lguillory at reservetele.com> wrote:
> This use to be the case.
> While it might lower OPX that surely won't result in lower retrans, will
> just be more profit for them.
> We're down as well on video subs, this is 99% due to rising prices.
> This is where it's heading for sure, in the end it will cost more as well
> since each will be charging more than the per sub rates we're getting
> charge. They'll have to in order to keep revenue the same.
> When ESPN offers an OTT product I have no doubt it will be near the $20
> per month, for 5 channels or so?
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