Broadband Needs Compelling Content

from the well,-it-was-there... dept

A bunch of cable execs have been compelling that broadband needs more compelling content to increase adoption rates. Included among those “complaining” is AOL, who has helped shut down exactly the sort of compelling content they need in the form of Napster. It’s amazing. One of the reasons AOL and Time Warner got together in the first place was to leverage each other. Instead, here’s an example of one side kicking the other in the back.

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