> Let us into the click-to-purchase-video ITMS universe.
Would that help the videoblogging community or would it help independent
movie and tv producers?
I think it would help some videobloggers, but not the majority.
The only way I think videobloggers could make some money in iTunes, or any other pay-for-content format, would be
a) If they regularly produce compelling content. I can think of only a handful of people that would fit this bill.
b) They serve as a filter for said content, and deliver it on a regular basis. Like Vlog Soup, or Boing Boing for video.
On that note, what if someone was to make a feed of enclosure links to cool videos and then charged a fee for subscribing? That person would be profiting while the producers of the content would be paying for bandwidth. I haven't seen this happen yet, but I think it's around the corner.
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