I've talked repeatedly how broadcast and cable operators alike work tirelessly to protect the traditional cable TV cash cow and thwart the development of robust Internet video options, whether it's the use of usage caps or restrictive content licensing. This has caused an endless list of companies to fall flat on their face when trying to revolutionize the TV sector, whether it's Google, Microsoft, Sony, or most recently Intel.
That hasn't stopped pundits from believing that somehow Apple was going to be the one to magically bypass the licensing logjam.
For years now tech outlets have hyped Apple's efforts at TV disruption, though for just as long reports have emerged indicating Apple isn't having any luck getting broadcasters to loosen up, either. Now comes new reports that Apple's latest Apple TV effort is going to be delayed because, you guessed it, they're still having trouble with broadcaster and cable company negotiations:
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