Thursday, March 13, 2008

Another bandwidth hog debuts - and it has goodies

The NY Times has a story today about how video internet sites could really clog up the internet.

Video Road Hogs Stir Fear of Internet Traffic Jam

Last year, by one estimate, the video site YouTube, owned by Google, consumed as much bandwidth as the entire Internet did in 2000.

Now another site has opened the floodgates to all. has just opened the doors to everyone and it has full episodes of new and old TV shows ( some have not been seen in years )

This is no fly by night outfit as they are backed NBC Universal and News Corp. In addition, Hulu has closed a $100 million investment from private equity firm Providence Equity Partners.

I think we can expect to see the net slow down just a bit more ( especially Comcast customers )

I maybe lost on this site for days

Just look at what they have available
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