Bragging is not good manners. But I'm going to be rude.
Last Thursday in my post Web tv programming - multiple revenue streams for conglomerates I commented on Time-Warner Cable trying out "metered" internet service in Texas and how this would add to the conglomerate revenue stream from web tv produced by the same conglomerate - different divisions.
Now comes the news that HBO, a Time-Warner operation, will be trying out a new service in Wisconsin - the ability to download content from HBO.
We have no indication when both these trials will end, but my guess is that they will roll-out nationwide within a very few months of each other.