What software will be the one that takes over? Hulu, YouTube, Skype? The Internet has changed so much that it’s caused the major television networks a loss in market share not to mention their creditability deficit. So the software/network that can replace the TV has a massive opportunity. So who will it be?
@Daniel wrote: everything else seems to be moving to a la carte model
Also not moving to a la carte is first run of anything.
@Mathew wrote: you will just funnel the revenue directly to the CDNs
Or as net neutrality breaths its last, to the broadband owners.
Good point but when it comes to the little guy broadcasting something live I think the advertising revenue share/partner program model will grow as new software comes out. Hulu has original programming and lot’s of ads.
Thanks for the feedback. Everyone has great points. For me it’s all about live video. Not to mention the advertising revenue sharing/partner model is still relatively new so that industry will grow as time goes on. I can’t wait to incorporate that into my software (phase 2). Thanks for reaffirming my decision to launch the streaming video network.