CNET News has an interesting article on the potential for video on the new iPods. Here’s the money quite:
“Media analyst Rafat Ali, whose PaidContent.org Web site focuses on the economics of digital content, forecasts that many such start-up projects will fail due to lack of expertise and funding.
"Producing interesting video content is really hard," he said.
Previous Next Success will depend largely on programmers' resources and ability to grasp the complexities of a medium that is much more complicated than audio, Ali said.
"It's a matter of, how good is the quality, and how do they get funded?" he added.”
People will try it. It’s only a matter of time.