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That medium only works for large audiences. It does not address geographically- While we're on the topic of local video, what happens whenWhy should it? There's a cheap, ubiquitous, widely deployed broadcasting medium already. I never understood network integration for the sake of network integration.
large sparse audiences at all.
Live events and interactive show's are not. In some cases you start to suffer if yourIn any case, TV (of all things) does not have problems with latency or jitter below 10s of seconds. All TV content is pre-packaged.
latency goes to multiple-seconds range. That's quite rare anyway, >500ms
network latency is quite rare and add few hundred codec and de-jitter latency and
you'll find that excessive jitter is your enemy, not the latency itself.