Great article from Mashable this morning, which supports my suspicions that TV and online will one day become completely slammed together.
Some time ago, I questioned how the BBC would enforce iPlayer to non-licence holders; now it seems there has suddenly been a rush of online-based TV. New sites to check out include the US-based Hulu, which will soon have more content available to us mere mortals outside of North America, and the UK-based BlinkBox. Material can also be streamed directly through Blinkx, but you kinda feel redirected, which loses usabilty points in my book.
With the onslaught of digital TV, I’m imagining that we haven’t even begun to realise the possibilities involved with TV-produced visual-content.