Broadcast television in an IP world

Luke Guillory lguillory at
Sat Nov 18 00:51:25 UTC 2017

Because local OTA channels are probably most of what people want live outside of sporting events.

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On Nov 17, 2017, at 6:49 PM, Baldur Norddahl <baldur.norddahl at<mailto:baldur.norddahl at>> wrote:

Much live programming could be done without significant additional burden
if the community could agree on multicast delivery standards.

Does multicast have any future? Netflix, YouTube, et al does not use it.
People want instant replay and a catalogue to select from. Except for sport
events, live TV has no advantage so why even try to optimize for it?

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