Welcome to Market Revolution's blog



Thank you for visiting Market Revolution's blog.

We live and work in exciting times - revolutionary times. Technology continues to recast the media industry.

The extraordinary advance of affordable personal digital technology and the stellar rise of social networks are both distrupting and transforming the media market making this a unique moment to be involved in the convergence sectors we focus on.

This is also our place to ruminate and comment on the world as we see it, we hope you enjoy and please join in.





Monday, 3 September 2007

Who owns the content?

The big football event of the weekend saw Coventry stay top of the league beating Preston at the Ricoh, live on Sky

However, the only place to watch the goals is on youtube, not on Sky.

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=p2NvpiYCB6Q

Either youtube shouldn't be serving this, or Sky don't have the internet rights.

Confusing for us poor fans, all I want to do is watch the goal of the season from Michael Doyle, but I just don't know where to go to find what I want. Apart from the official club website, which is expensive in my view for what's on offer. I need guidance, I need to be informed, I need someone to tell me what the answer is.....

3 comments:

sangalaki said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
sangalaki said...

Craig is right - You Tube shouldnt be streaming Premiership content. They dont have the rights. In fact this very matter is the subject of legal proceeding right now.

CRCB1987 said...

If only it was the Premiership....