Now, if you go to any major broadcaster's website—ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox—to stream episodes of Lost or 30 Rock or whatever, instead you'll get a big fat error message, keeping your Google TV away from the video goodness within. The networks don't want the line between television and online content to be blurred too much—for one thing, online content pulls in a lot less ad revenue, so if you're going to watch stuff on your television, they want you to watch actual broadcasts.
No Streaming For You: Every Major Network Site Blocks Google TV
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