Business Model A Work in Progress

Kuhl, Craig
June 2007
Multichannel News;6/25/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 26, p14
The article reports on the developments in the video-on-demand space. According to the author, there are about 30 million households with access to several types of on-demand service. This helps the video-on-demand space gain momentum. Moreover, Bruce Leichtman, LRG Research president claimed that there are about 85 percent of digital homes which have on-demand programming.


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