Normally in this space we talk about equipment used to enjoy audio and video in your home. But today we’re taking a look at one way content delivery may be changing. A story in The Wall Street Journal reported that CBS and Disney are “considering participating” in Apple’s plan to offer television subscriptions over the internet. The notion: People already spend twice that amount to cable operators for a raft of TV content, much of which they don’t want in the first place but have to take as part of their monthly plan. The Apple plan would offer a lower monthly fee (say, $30) and you could select the content you want. There’s a long way to go before Apple lines up enough content for this project. And here’s another issue: This would mean watching TV on your computer. Is that how you want to see it? Tell us what you think by leaving a comment.
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