Most of us, at some point or other, for some reason or other, have downloaded a TV show over Bittorrent. Some of us now only watch TV via shows that we've downloaded. And while the convenience is pretty sweet now, if things continue the way they're going, there's a real question over how the TV shows we all enjoy watching for free on the internet will be funded. Gus over at Lifehacker has a great post looking at the different options for the TV networks that's definitely worth a read. Check it out.
How Should TV Over Bittorrent Make Money?
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