What’s on iTV: Google, YouTube, iFilm, Metacafe …

Marshall Kirkpatrick on TechCrunch is reporting an Engadget story that Apple and Google may be snuggling up with a movie. (Apple, of course, had just pre-announced it’s iTV streaming-media-from-the-web-to-your-TV product.)

OK, I think I just found a reason to buy one.

Add to this all the other video aggregators and purveyors – or at least a significant chunk of them – and you have something very interesting. Very interesting indeed.

All that user-generated content and all that “DRM-optional” content on:

can now stream easily, beautifully, and cheaply into living rooms all over the world. Out of the home office/kitchen/bedroom ghetto at last.

I smell a monetization opportunity – an amateur hour monetization opportunity. Don’t you?

I’ll bring the popcorn.

[tags] youtube, apple, itv, google, ifilm, metacafe, john koetsier [/tags]

 


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  • MetaCafe is a war mongering propaganda site, that allows videos that promote violence, videos where soldiers are telling the world to get *ucked and to *uck their *ick, and worse. They also allow porn that is degrading to women, yet they have banned a video that is an intellectual deconstruction of the heroic Red Barron myth of the “fighter” pilot, finding it “hateful and malicious”. If you want to see the video that MetaCafe, Bush, and Israel do not want you to see, go to http://www.patrickdodd.com and click on WAREAGLE VIDEO