Sometimes I think God put video content guys on the planet to make the music guys look progressive and visionary.
iLounge sums up:
Let me explain something to you, because you don’t seem to understand it already. Your TV shows are available every day, every week, and every month of the year for free. They fly through the air (and travel through cables) at no a la carte charge to customers. There was also this thing called a VCR, which more recently has been replaced by something much better called a PVR (personal video recorder) or DVR (digital video recorder), which people can rent from any cable or satellite company, or buy for their TVs or computers. These devices record your free TV shows and let people watch them later. With only a few button presses, people can now even record an entire season of your shows automatically and watch it whenever they want. For free.
And my more than two year old comic just got even more relevant!
NBC, why don’t you get it? This move is so lame that I will get offended the next time someone shorten my current employer, the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation slightly wrong and call it the NBC (even internationally we use the Norwegian abbreviation “NRK”). I used to find it amusing when people did that mistake.
The internet is here to stay. It has already changed the rules. Can we go on now?
Relevant article: 5½ lessons that legitimate retailers can learn from pirates