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Originally Posted by AppBeacon View Post

I don't understand this either. They want to make money from us via the ads on the aired show. So, they prevent themselves from earning money from us via Netflix/iTunes.

They're shooting themselves in the foot here.

This because there are two agencies and you are mixing them. The first is the studios, they want to maximize the value of their content. Then there are the networks, they want to sell the most eyeballs to the advertisers. To get the largest set of eyeballs the networks want to be the only game in town and will demand exclusivity. The online services, while bringing in some money, supposedly are not bringing in enough money to offset the the drop in fees that the networks are willing to pay for non-exclusivity. So until the online business gets bigger we will continue to have this problem.

And again there is ibuzz's comment. There ought to be a law against this sort of thing.
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