The REVOLUTION in Video Services

Kumar, Ashok
April 2008
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2008, p130
Trade Publication
The article offers information about the changes in video services in the U.S. Studies show that nearly 80 million Americans have watched one of their favorite television (TV) shows on the Internet while 25% affirmed that they watched TV on the Web on a weekly basis. Because of such change, majority of television networks offer parts of their programming line-up, including some popular shows on their own Web sites to generate a greater viewing audience. Such a move is considered free or cost-effective access to content, at anytime and attracts viewers to watch videos on the Web.


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