The video iPod has sent shudders through the media business, because it offers a new way to watch TV, video and movies. You can download video onto the iPod and then watch it on your own clock as you travel. Plus, new cellular phones are adding the capability to watch video and TV as well. While techie types get excited about such gadgets, what about the general viewing public? Would you watch TV on a tiny device with a small screen? What types of video content would you watch on these? Would you pay for it? Bang the “Comments” button below, and tell us all what you think. Please include your name and location and a valid email address if you want to be quoted in the Your Take roundup post coming next week.
What kind of video would you watch on a small portable screen?
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