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Consumers Changing Towards On-Demand?

Discussion in 'Technology News' started by The News Bot, Mar 24, 2005.

  1. The News Bot

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    Consumer media habits seem to be changing as people watch video-on-demand services through their cable or satellite provider (10 percent in the past month), access news online (11 percent in the past month) and listen to Internet radio (37 million in the past month), according to a new study by Arbitron Inc. and Edison Media Research.


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    The only problem with on-demand services is that people will only watch/listen to stuff they have heard of i.e. whatever the big studios with massive marketing budgets put out. This will make it even harder for indie film makers to get funding etc. Which ultimately means we will be watching Rocky XXIV when we're older!!!
     

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