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NBC launches massive photo bank

Discussion in 'Business & Economics' started by palefrost, Jul 23, 2006.

  1. palefrost

    palefrost Well-Known Member

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    I thought this was interesting. I might have been even more excited if they had said they were going to show the tv shows from the past on the website. Ive seen a few network online sites showing programs on the net and I thought that was a great idea!

    I dont understand how come they havent all jumped on this band wagon! Its seems to me you can still make tons of money showing a program on the net the next day. I know I would watch an episode of "lost" on the net and sit though the commericals online if needed. I would even pay a service to be able to do this. What are the downfalls to this? What am i missing?
     
  2. Word2Action

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    Good point. Some sites already do this. Mostly entertainment sites like wwe.com and comedycentral.com. It'd be nice to see more mainstream channels do this.
     
  3. sushimonster

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    I would be awesome to view shows online that were cancelled long ago.
     
  4. capitalist_junkie

    capitalist_junkie Well-Known Member

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    Definitely! I mean, I love getting DVDs of classics, but it would be so easy to watch them online.
     
  5. palefrost

    palefrost Well-Known Member

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    Heck i would buy a few that are long gone. The wonder woman series with linda carter was great! Six million dollar man was campy fun to watch!
     
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    I too would sit through commericals to see a show online which I had forgotten to tune into the previous night. I might even pay if it were commercial free.
     
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