Wayne Rosso writes: "... In and of itself, the video iPod is of limited significance. The real story is the Disney-ABC content deal that Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs struck. ¶ Disney only went along because it's part of its effort to win back Pixar. Competing Hollywood studios have been in the chase, with Fox going so far as to offer up a juicy deal similar to one it gave George Lucas. ¶ What's more significant is the blowback that Disney is getting for licensing its TV shows to Apple. Forget about the stink that the affiliates are making. The network TV business is toast. Soon, network affiliate stations will be as cheap as AM radio stations. Meanwhile there are advertisers who are going crazy. If they buy a commercial on "Lost," the advertisers say it should be seen on the download available at iTunes the next day. ..." Link: CNET News.com.