At least some of it, the part people most want to watch will be.
You Tube this week is offering pay to view of five select Sundance Films during the Sundance Festival.
The Wall Street Journal and New York Times are both requiring subscription to view their archieves (which is why links expire) and the Times will launch a subsription or pay per access model staring next year.
The trend toward free access to limited commercial same week access to network television programming on the Internet is reversing itself, with fewer and fewer episodes and pay models being developed.
At the same time as the Supreme Court allows corporations to dominate political discourse through advertising dollars, our potential savior of the Internet is moving toward paid corporate models and limited site access.
What are your thoughts on this shift in society?
How much can you afford to pay for 'paid' access products, services, and much needed information? I the answer is not much, then how will the common man find out what they need to know or enjoy what they may need to relax in an increasingly rich man's (or woman's) corporate dominated society?
How long can democracy survive?
First published 1/20/ 2010