Hollywood slow to fill VOD pipeline

08/20/2007 | NYTimes.com

While the cable industry has done its part to build the infrastructure that will give consumers access to a nearly limitless cache of films with their VOD offerings, the Hollywood studios so far have been slow to free up their content. Comcast, for instance, can offer only about 300 movies a day, excluding its premium channels, on its on-demand menu.

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