Video iPod Causes TV Stations to Fret

Like the record labels, television stations are now lamenting the iPod, and are worried about lost revenues, reports the Wall Street Journal. Shouldn’t they be worrying about lost audiences, thanks to bad programing, instead of blaming the technology. I agree with Mark Cuban when he says, “Bob Iger has saved Network TV … By completely changing the economic model.” This is the new economic model that takes into account that most consumption patterns are changing, and media like everything has to fit our supremely busy lives.

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