The Internet Developer Group
Webcast of Presentation orignially made on March 18, 2003
The Rise and Fall of Hollywood? Broadband Deployment vs. Controlling the Right to Copy

There is both a quicktime and a Real Video webcast of Reed Burkhart about "The Rise and Fall of Hollywood? Broadband Deployment vs. Controlling the Right to Copy" with an introduction by Bill Selmeier orignially made on March 18, 2003.

The Session went for slightly more than 1.5 hours.

It is best to view the presentation using the embedded playlist by clicking on the image below, although we continue to provide this tlk in the legacy formats originally provided. Please enjoy.





When you click on the movie below, please allow a moment or two for the Quicktime or Real video stream to begin. The progressive download feature means the video starts when it calculates the full file will reach you before you finish the movie.

"The Rise and Fall of Hollywood? Broadband Deployment vs. Controlling the Right to Copy" presentation in Quicktime - 330MB.

"The Rise and Fall of Hollywood? Broadband Deployment vs. Controlling the Right to Copy" presentation in Real Video - 220MB.

NOTE: This is a straight through recording of the meeting including the question and answer period at the close.


Our meetings are held in the Netscape Dining Room in Mountain View, CA.

The video capture is presented in Quicktime or in Real. You will need a player or plug-in to view it. See the instructions and link below to get Quicktime, if you need it.

Please be patient. Both technologies will be downloading the presentation to your site until it determines, based on your connection speed and the size of the movie that it will be able to play the movie uninterrupted once it starts playing.


Operational Considerations
The steaming video files are very large. You will need to have 400 MB or more of free space on your hard drive to save the stream while it is being played.

If you need to install QuickTime on your Windows or Apple system, you can obtain a free download here.

If you need to install Real on your Windows, Linux, or other supported OS system, choose the free Real player on this page.


This is a test for webcasting Internet Developer Group Meetings. Thank you for your interest. If you'd like to comment on your experience send e-mail to bill@inetdevgrp.org.