Friday, April 14, 2006

Fox embraces Internet TV

News Corp.'s Fox network has signed a six-year agreement with its 187 affiliated stations that will let it show reruns of its TV programs on the Internet.

The revenue-sharing agreement allows Fox to make 60% of its prime-time schedule available online the morning after the shows air. As a result digital TV takes another major step forwards.

All other networks have to follow now and all other markets. Then the hollywood film studios need follow. But Internet TV has reached the tipping point from a content availablity perspective.

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