Forrester Research: Consumer Demand Will Define Internet Video

November 3rd, 2006 |
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To many TV watchers and users of Internet-based media services, Hollywood is expected to call the shots on how video is delivered. After all, Napster, Grokster and others didn’t get very far with peer-to-peer networks. But analysts like Forrester’s Maribel Lopez say the profusion of devices and services in the hands of end users might determine the nature of the coming IP-based video landscape. She spoke with PodTech’s Jason Lopez at the Forrester Research Consumer Forum 2006 in Chicago.

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