Cloud DVR means viewers can record more shows, buy extra storage when needed and download recorded programmes to a smartphone to watch on-the-go, all improving the user experience. ‘Unique copy’ legal requirements and CDN costs present challenges to this model but can be offset by the use of large data centres and their economies of scale, and by the introduction of addressable advertising, which increases revenues from the on-demand streams.
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