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Werd2406

Hmm..i guess this is nice? I don't see how big an impact it will have though? Anyone can just go to NBC.com and watch these episodes immediately anyway...

gir

I too feel the industry is moving in the wrong direction. On-line delivery needs something equivalent to the first-sale doctrine.

Edward R Murrow

Not too exclusive:
http://www.nbc.com/Heroes/video/episodes.shtml

eazyguy52

But on NBC.com, the episodes don't stay there so you have a narrow time frame in which to watch don't you?

OdomZ

"But on NBC.com, the episodes don't stay there so you have a narrow time frame in which to watch don't you?"

That is true. The quality is also poor, lots of lag and there are 6 commercials per episode. Frequently, after the second set of commercials it rewinds to the begining of the episode, which is very annoying.

On Netflix's Watch Instantly deal, the quality is high, zero lag and there are no commercials.

Edward R Murrow

Quality looks pretty good to me, even in full screen mode and the price is excellent - FREE! No monthly charge makes having to deal with several 30 second commercials tolerable.

BrayNanette

Every body acknowledges that today's life is not very cheap, but different people need money for various stuff and not every one gets enough cash. Thence to get quick business loans and auto loan would be a proper way out.

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