distributing it on the Internet.
This evening, Bill O'Reilly vs Jon Stewart will be on stage at George Washington University for a political/comedy show. If you can't or don't want to be there, you can still watch it on the Internet.
Nox Solutions will stream the event on the Internet, and for $4.95 this is what you get:
- You can stream the event up to three times, including the live stream
- After that, you can watch it on demand (for a limited time)
- You get a downloadable audio (mp3) file or downloadable high-definition video file (H.264 encoded in an MP4 container), which will be available at a later date.
- You can watch it on any phone, tablet or computer and on your TV if you have a Roku, Google TV, Apple TV, etc.
You see the event where and when ever you want for $4.95. Does that sound good to you? What other events would you like to see given similar terms?
More versions are now available for download or streaming -- 240p, 360p, 540p, 720p and 1080p. The file sizes are 238 MB, 548 MB, 882 MB, 1.8 GB and 3.4 GB respectively. It seems like they could have produced the hi-def version faster, but in the case of an entertainment event like this, waiting a few days is not a problem. (They will improve their work flow and get hi-def versions out faster in the future).