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Streaming is available (http://www.movielink.com, http://www.cinemanow.com) and will grow rapidly this year and certainly over the next 2.

Comcast recently announced: "...[they] delivered roughly 100 million video-on-demand (VOD) orders this year..."

“Convergence is clearly here, it's happening and consumers love it,”-Brian Roberts, Comcast Cable, CEO

Both "...Cablevision and Time Warner Cable are preparing to offer DVR-like services...the two cable TV companies said yesterday."-Newsday, March 31, 2005

Microsoft announced "...MSN Video Downloads [to] provide daily television programming, for download to Windows Mobile-based devices..."-By Jennifer LeClaire, www.TechNewsWorld.com, 03/30/05 8:30 AM PT

VOD and DVR will be the biggest thing to happen to movies since video rental itself.

Netflix and Tivo are said to be working on a VOD solution w/ Warner Brothers. This service has been speculated to launch some time this year. The biggest hurdles are the legal ones for digital rights management and other concerns over content distribution licensing agreements.

Neflix needs to accelerate their dream to stream.
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