Will Richmond writes: "The quantity of video content delivered over broadband internet connections such as cable modems and DSL is exploding. ¶ Why? ¶ Because broadband-delivered video represents one of the most important technology innovations for delivering video to the home. Broadband creates a direct channel between video producers and their target audiences. This enables a vast array of personalized, on demand viewership and business models to be developed. ¶ Simply put, broadband is taking its place as the next significant video distribution medium. ..." Link: Broadband Directions.
He's also written a 69-pp report, The Top 75 Basic Cable TV Networks: An Analysis of Their Broadband-Delivered Video Opportunities and Current Initiatives. Link (free registration required). I've not had a chance to yet read much past the Introduction, but the contents look interesting and I'll work on it over the next few days. Thanks to Richmond, David Liroff and CNET's Michael Kanellos (see Broadband catching on with TV producers) for the tip. --Dennis.