Ongoing Series: Cutting the (Video) Cord
In this series of essays, we explore how the Internet is displacing traditional video distribution channels and what this means for consumers, regulators and the media.
Here’s the series thus far (in reverse chronological order):
- Who Needs a DVR When You’ve Got Hulu?
- The Growing Relevance of Internet TV
- Part 2
- The Shift to Online Video Continues
- PFF Amicus Brief in Key First Amendment Case: Limits on Audience Size are Unconstitutional – arguing that the growing availability of television programming over the Internet calls into question the “gatekeeper” or “bottleneck” power on which the FCC’s special regulatory burdens on the cable industry are premised