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Re: peering charges?
From: Todd Graham Lewis <lists () reflections mindspring com>
Date: Sun, 26 Jan 1997 18:39:53 -0500 (EST)
On Sun, 26 Jan 1997, Jonathan Heiliger wrote:
What if web site, or content business models change? What if people deem
their content so valuable that besides (or rather than) charging the
consumer, they want to charge the network provider access to the content?
MTV is great evidence for the argument that there is no single answer.
Some cable networks pay to be placed on local cable systems, some are paid
for being on there. The cost of content for a cable provider might be
significant, or it might cancel out to nil.
Networks will charge if they can get away with it. If you don't like it,
then don't pay.
Haven't we already had this discussion before?
Todd Graham Lewis Mindspring Enterprises tlewis () mindspring com
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Re: peering charges? Matt Harrop (Jan 26)
Re: peering charges? Sean Donelan (Jan 26)
Re: peering charges? Vadim Antonov (Jan 27)
Re: peering charges? Paul A Vixie (Jan 27)
- Re: peering charges?, (continued)