3 thoughts on “BBC builds a monster TiVo”

  1. It seems the premise here is that storage will get cheaper faster than connectivity. Seems like a safe bet at the moment.

  2. Not to sound like a shill for Comcast (that’s MJ’s job, I have my issues with Comcast, Inc. Worldwide fo sho), but their on-demand service is pretty nice. Seems that this would be a lot easier to do server-side than client-side.

  3. The BBC in the UK, the CBC in Canada, and a growing number of public radio stations in the US are really starting to “get” the internet as a real content distribution method that enables the user…

    Ideally the technology isn’t limiting in how it is viewed; ie, not tied to a proprietary plugin or to a specific player such as Real’s product.

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