As if you don’t already have enough ways to get your favorite TV shows and movies, YouTube is finally jumping into the fray. An agreement with some of the major studios now allows YouTube to legitimately show full length TV shows and movies in addition to it’s huge base of user generated content. With the growing number of High Quality and High Definition video clips already on YouTube, it was only a matter of time before the platform crossed over to mainstream media.
What does that mean for MoCA? Well, higher quality video streams require higher quality connections which bodes well for coax based networking. Whereas viewers of the classic short grainy videos didn’t really demand much in the way of quality, sitting through half hour and hours long movies and TV shows will be a different story.