Ruslan Kogan, the outspoken founder and CEO of namesake company ‘Kogan Technologies’, has somehow had a piece that he wrote on Internet TV published on the front page of theage.com.au.
Regardless of spruiking his own interests in the article, with a link to his online business and promoting a $100 smart TV box, he does provide some interesting thoughts on the emerging transition to an Internet TV revolution.
Essentially Mr Kogan discusses the present state of the Australian TV Industry and the global shift to Internet TV which threatens traditional Free-To-Air TV and Pay TV networks. He states that a defining moment recognising this movement was a recent initiative made by Youtube who announced the release of 100 premium channels that can be viewed online and accessed by anyone at anytime.
Many TVs already allow you to connect to the internet and stream videos from websites, play YouTube Clips, etc. At kogan.com.au, we have even created a $100 smart TV box that you can connect to any TV and start watching online content.
– Ruslan Kogan
A not so prudent advertising attempt for Kogan Technologies or a prelude for things to come? You tell me?
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