Katie Allen reports for The Guardian, on a recent survey that finds only 15% of Internet users (legally) download full-length TV episodes and only 14% downloading an entire film. The primary reason given: “many people are reluctant to use them as they aren’t fast or reliable enough.” The report also finds that audiences are hungry for on-demand programming via their computers, and that a television interface may not be as preferred as speculation once assumed. As the article concludes, though, the massive power behind newly-launched Joost, could change everything.
Guardian: TV/film downloads ‘not fast enough’
Guardian: TV/film downloads 'not fast enough'
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