I am no expert, but I am keenly aware of my changing habits with regards to media consumption. Now I know there are alternative delivery systems and formats, but for me iTunes has become a centerpiece for me to receive my customized programming whether it is "The Office" TV show or "This Week in Tech" Podcast with Leo Laporte. Now with the first iTunes introduction of legal movie purchases and the pre-announcement of the iTV, it seems like there is a major shift that is gaining momentum both in terms of media delivery mechanisms and in the faces of media creators. What a great opportunity to create that syndicated LLVJ that perhaps was part of the original vision for Michael a few years ago?
I don't know all of the details involved in the LLVJ and I appreciate the hard work that Michael and Chris put in to make a quality product. My guess is that the two of them are all over alternative media delivery.
I am just thinking out loud about the potential for future LLVJ being delivered via the web with DRM and the potential for playback on TVs via media centers or iTV.
Just some thoughts on the topic and I hope that the benefits of a quality web-based delivery like quicker turn-around, more time-sensitive content (Adobe LR tutorial), as well as the potential for lower production costs(?) will lead to the utilization of these alternative deliveries in our near future.
Thanks for any discussion on this.