On 2/16/06, Susan < [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Here is exactly what I want.

I want a set-top box I can watch rss feeds with enclosures on.  It
would be connected to the Internet.

I would set up which feeds to watch through its web-based interface,
and also set up what time of day/night those feeds would update to my
set top box.

I know Akimbo does web-based stuff, but I can't pick just any feed I
want to.  When are they going to catch up?


--- In , Deirdre Straughan
> from
> Points North: Consumers Crave Web-Based TV by Gavin O'Malley,
Wednesday, Feb
> 15, 2006 6:01 AM EST  ONLINE MEDIA COMPANIES MUST ARRANGE to make their
> content available on consumers' TV screens as well as their PCs.
That's the
> conclusion of new Points North Group research to be released today,
> found that while 25 percent of Internet users are interested in watching
> downloaded TV shows and movies on their PCs, 38 percent expressed
> in watching that same video on their TVs.
> "Getting Web-based content to the TV should be the industry's
primary goal
> and will unlock by far the biggest revenue opportunities," Stewart
> senior consulting analyst for Points North Group, said in a statement.
> Interest in watching content on TV is even stronger among 18-
> to-34-year-olds--at 68 percent, compared with the 45 percent
interested in
> watching on PCs--concluded the study, conducted in association with
> Associates.
> --
> best regards,
> Deirdré Straughan
> (personal)
> (work)

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