Chris Anderson's The Long Tail weblog continues to offer some don't miss postings. An exerpt: "...There is no shortage of smart people thinking about how TV can find its way out of its corner. But it's not easy. For starters, most of the networks are content renters , not content owners. (NBC, which bought Universal ten months ago, is now an exception). This means that the archives are often not theirs to monetize. ¶ Rights also continue to be a total hairball, made even more complicated by exclusive geographic distribution deals (which conflict with the Internet's global nature) and syndication options. And then there's music, which is a nightmare. Want to know why you can't watch old WKRP in Cincinnati episodes? It's too hard to license the music that was used in the show. ..." The Long Tail weblog.