SPOTLIGHT: Trend: Immigrants fuel Internet TV in U.S.


An often overlooked but hard to dispute trend in the IPTV industry, is the increasing importance of immigrants to the U.S. to the success of Internet TV. The simplest niche is the one created by a language barrier. Since the U.S. has a lively mix of foreign language speakers, the market for such niche Internet TV channels is quite large. Consider Chinese-language channel, KyLin TV's 10,000 subscribers. Article

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