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Warner Brothers got big news today for using Bittorrent as a distribution method.

Let’s not get too excited. 

According to an article in the LA Times, “the company expects TV shows to be priced comparably to the current rate of $1 per episode on other Web sites and movies to be around the price of a new DVD.”

What’s a new DVD?  $20?  $30?

Well, the ”content … cannot be copied and burned onto a DVD. They must reside on a computer drive.”

The idiocy still makes my head spin.  

More commentary here.

Alex Eckelberry


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