The Bloody Battle: Networks vs. Online Video Sites

It’s not the first, and it won’t be the last. This time C-Span has demanded that YouTube and iFilm remove the video of Stephen Colbert’s April 29 performance at the White House Correspondents Association. So the battle continues, and the online video properties are going to be pressured to filter content or become “Napsterized.” To see the “approved” version of this video, you’ll need to visit Google Video. Now I wonder what Colbert thinks of all of this. And I wonder if his agent minds if we use his image in this post.

Colbert

Author: Nalts

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5 thoughts on “The Bloody Battle: Networks vs. Online Video Sites”

  1. Since you and Colbert look alike (and come from the same geographic gumbo) I think he’s ripe for you to do one of your famous spoofs of the spoofer.

  2. quelle surprise, demanding Colbert being taken off, but no word on Bush’s (x2) performance plastered all over the videoweb. tsk tsk, I wonder why…not

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