Time Warner & Usenet Video

There’s a terrific article over at arstechnica about Time Warners’ new move into Usenet video distribution. Pretty cool. Hadn’t ever heard of Guba before today.

While not the Bittorrent news from last week… It’s clear they’re on a tear to figure “it” out. I’m going to remain rock solid in my position – when Apple DOES finally weigh in on feature film distribution they’re going to outstrip anyone else in the space. It’s just a matter of time before the studios HAVE to cut their deals with Cupertino.

I still don’t much like this WMA DRM crap. I’d love to see someone come up with a DRM scheme whereby I ask the service provider for “Matrix: Revolutions” and tell it which DRM I want applied (if any). Then we can all be sufficiently agnostic until time to commit.

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