"With all the new platforms coming," Bedol said, "by the time the next Sunday Ticket deal comes up, it will be obsolete."
Well the past few years for Comcast has seen them not do much on the cable tv side other then dropping HD channels and still keeping very old boxes alive.
Other cable system have at least done a lot more on MPEG 4 and SDV.
Internet will need to drop caps and have higher speeds.
Now how meany bars will pay the cost of say 30 Mbps - 50 Mbps business internet + an router that can do 8+ HD steams? + 8+ internet tv boxes (that may not get local sports, espn , local channels and more)
maybe an hdmi to component box of each one lots of bars have component matrix switches and cabling. They may also need a bigger matrix switches to add boxes that just do NFL ST. Also will they be as easy to run, install , setup as say an directv / cable box is?
Edited by JoeTheDragon, 01 January 2014 - 08:20 PM.