Hm…I thought free Internet TV already existed but obviously, I was wrong. AOL has plans to launch free Internet TV called In2TV next year. It’ll have six channels, you know, animation, drama, comedy, action etc. and will offer 3400 hours of programming for its first year (that’s not bad considering an iPod Video episode costs what, $1.99? That’s $6800 worth non-ipod formatted stuff).
The sad thing though, is that they’re not sure if they’ll be doing AOL users only or US users only. Bad, bad news for us in different countries — I too wish I could get a few more shows here (Apprentice Season 4? Please?). I think this is a good move, but then again the question of community vs. world-dominating company is bought up in this. BitTorrent — a community "powered-by" network or In2TV — AOL powered network. I personally think this will suck (have this weird "AOL" feeling) but who knows, I may as well be wrong.
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