OK, you’re the BBC.

 How do you balance what consumers want with what
the rightsholders demand, all the while trying to serve the public
interest as required by your charter and bearing in mind the revenues
you derive from secondary markets to non-license fee payers in other
countries?

It’s Friday, and once again, it’s net.wars

 
Wendy M Grossman

writes: There are some things we can guess pretty accurately about what consumers want: control over schedules and access at will. People who have Tivos or other PVRs, for example, do not in general decide to throw them away and go back to scrutinizing schedules for the moment when their favorite shows will be on. (“linear viewing”, in newspeak).

So why are The Powers trying to turn back history?

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