CNET reports that Windows Media 9 will power interactive TV services in Korea. Korea Telecom inks a deal with Microsoft to license its Windows Media technology to deliver on-demand movies and TV shows to 4.4 million broadband Net subscribers in South Korea.
This presents a very interesting opportunity for U.S. makers of content other than movies. Whether they like us politically or not, Asia digs on U.S. culture. And in detail. So, don't think just movies or TV shows -- think bigger, think different.
Creative Media Partners has just that kind of programming under development, for those of you interested in such matters, you can mail me.Posted by Mitch Ratcliffe at October 11, 2002 01:56 PM | TrackBack