By Lesley HunterNEW ORLEANS – Traditional cable television services won’t be swept away by an Internet storm anytime soon. Rather, Internet-connected TV services can be supplemental to, and not a replacement for, cable TV.That was the consensus of a panel discussion Tuesday at the CTAM Summit in New Orleans called ‘IP video and the realm of possibility’. After a look at rumoured cable killers such as Apple TV, Roku, Google TV and Boxee, panelists agreed that the new gadgets could actually serve to enhance their traditional linear offering.“Linear content in the package that cable operators bring to subscribers today is still very compelling”, said Todd...
CTAM SUMMIT 2010: Video over IP offers “abundant possibilities” for cable
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