Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901
What I am hearing online is that while Wi-Fi-TV, the company, may be a risky pink sheet stock speculation - despite their high-profile participation at the Consumer Electronics Show - the idea that the Internet may soon provide real competition for TV viewers - is not. In fact, the cover of this month's Time Magazine is focused on Web 2.0 innovation promoting citizen media - through blogging, podcasting and Internet TV. It is really amazing to me. So much is now freely available to the public if they are willing to take the time to provide content. Squidoo.com gives you FREE web space they call an "online lens." Talkshoe.com allows you to freely conduct interactive podcasts. Skype.com allows you to make free Internet phone calls anywhere in the world and transmit files of any size. But, I do not think we have arrived at the place where a TV station can be contained within a desktop computer. I think there will always be a need for a real studio with real people working the cameras, switcher, etc.
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