Broadband Video Girds for Growth

Spangler, Todd
January 2007
Multichannel News;1/8/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p1A
The article focuses on the growing number of content delivery network (CDN) services providers embracing broadcast syndication in their operations in the U.S. According to Accustream iMedia Research, CNDs that facilitate the delivery of television (TV) shows, video and other multimedia content over the Internet constitute $600 million business in 2006. For instance, Limelight Networks Inc. has partnered with American Broadcasting Co. (ABC) to stream free episodes of shows.


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