Being a hit on iTunes doesn't matter - yet.

Over on the B-Side blog I've written a brief response to an in-depth article from TV By the Numbers about the relative place of iTunes in the world of consumer video consumption. We have a long way to go before traditional network TV is ever really "endangered" by alternate viewing methods. On the other hand, it doesn't take a genius to see the writing on the wall. Who wouldn't prefer to consume video entertainment on their own schedule, wherever they want, on whatever device they like?

Read my response to the original piece here, and find a link to the original essay there.

Oh, and here's a fun YouTube video promoting Joss Whedon's new series Dollhouse, which is used as an example in the original article.