On 10/09/2007, paul at clubi.ie <paul at clubi.ie> wrote:
> For near-broadcast viewing (i.e. popular stuff, i.e. Corrie), you
Thinking about this over the weekend, I realised there's a fundamental
flaw in your assumption here that the mass market might start using
P2P to watch Corrie.
The prevalence of set top boxes with hard disks mean that anyone (non
geeky) who wants to watch Corrie will have it recorded on their set
top box, and not be worried about what's downloadable over the
internet. Indeed, modern set top boxes can be set up to
automatically record all episodes of Corrie.
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