Tuesday, May 09, 2006

WSJ.com - Online Sharing Evolves for Warner Bros.

WSJ.com - Online Sharing Evolves for Warner Bros.: "In a sign that Hollywood is trying to adapt to a technology it long feared, Time Warner Inc.'s Warner Bros. is expected to announce that it will sell and rent movies and television shows online using BitTorrent Inc.'s peer-to-peer technology.
Prices haven't yet been determined, but they could be less than physical DVDs. 'We're working with a user base that is accustomed to not paying for content,' said Ashwin Navin, president and co-founder of BitTorrent, who says TV shows might sell for as little as $1."

Strange days indeed...
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