Revenue-sharing model of online video

Here is the list I think I’d need to digest (turned out to be kinda bookmarks, obviously). But I haven’t, so I can’t make any comment yet:

Video Sharing Sites Offer Different Monetization Schemes……but “Don’t Give Up the Day Job”

How Not to Think Strategically about the Future of Media

Working For Free

YouTube: What Google CEO Eric Schmidt really thinks

Google Video Search vs Gootube – which will win?

10 implications of YouTube Revenue-Sharing model

Is Google a media company?

YouTube and the Value of Video Content Hosting, Distribution, and Discovery

Make way of copyright chaos / Lessig (NY Times, registration NOT required)

Edge Patters: Rights shift, where Umair says his paper could be a place to start.

Viacom drops a $1 billion nuke on google /techcrunch

A quick note on DMCA safe harbors, Youtube, Viacom as well as You Go Viacom!, both by Mark Cuban

On Trial: The Digital Millennium Copyright Act /WSJ Law blog

Viacom V. Google Could Shape Digita Future (originally appeared on WSJ)

Copyright is a political issue / Fred Wilson

I want my MTV 2.0

Google sued viacom? I told you so

How Not to think strategically about the future of

Viacom Vs. YouTube a “geological” shift in media landscape / Ad Age.

At google, the search is on for a new approach to old media / knowledge@wharton

Unsafe Harbors for Viacom and Google / Edge Perspectives

Google Gooses Big Media /TIME

how viacom could really protect its content

Could filtering become a fiasco for YouTube?

Does NewsNBCUniversalTube stand a chance?

Infectious video / Jeff Jarvis


Congress is real villain in Viacome-Google fight

Catching Google’s YouTube won’t be easy

So … YouTube’s Toast?

Cuban v. EFF on YouTube

Thinking strategically about search

Push come to Shove for Content of Web Video / NYT


YouTube – Big Media Video: Revenue Splits and the real Stumbling Block

Viacom video accounts for only 2% in YouTube. Very interesting.

Steve Jobs の初Blog

米アップルのホームページにSteve Jobs名入りでしゅつげん:「DRMに意味なし」と(No meaning in DRM)。 via Buzzmachine.

Update:
Dave Winer はPR手法としてさらにつっこんだ見方
Mark Cubanは音楽業界の今後の方向性を示唆。
Fred Wilson はJobsを応援

いろいろな見方があるものだ。いずれにしても、企業のホームページに載るような、内容ではないよな。(競合のMicrosoft のZuneのことにも触れてるし)文章のトーンマナーがブログしてますね。

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