Adobe is developing a version of Flash for TV.
This small piece of software in a nontraditional device could be the new operative system of TV and generate a disruption that could extend Internet outside the PC, to one of the most distributed electronic devices in the world.
The product will be shown publicly this week at the National Association of Broadcasters show in Las Vegas.
Nobody wants to stay out of the deal that allows Hulu, Youtube or the BBC iPlayer to compete with channels of cable TV and changes the rules of more of one industry.
There is no need to remind you that the plug in of Flash is installed in 98% of the computers worldwide and that more than 80% of the video content available uses a Flash interface.
Disney Interactive Media Group (DIMG), Comcast, Netflix and The New York Times among others are working on this initiative that is expected to be out by 2010.
More Info http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/20/technology/20adobe.html?_r=1&ref=media