Audio is much less demanding on bandwidth (than video) and there is a very good chance it will be more successful sooner than video on demand.
Predictor: Duke, DennisPrediction, in context:
In a 1995 Tampa Tribune article, journalist Frank Ruiz discusses how radio will change with the Internet. The article includes an interview with Dennis Duke, a computer scientist with Florida State University. Ruiz writes:”With the view of someone who looks at technology in distances of 10 years or more, Duke, at FSU, said he believes audio on demand shows much promise, particularly in the area of programming archives. ‘Audio is much less demanding on bandwidth (than video) and there is a very good chance it will be more successful sooner than video on demand,’ [Dennis] Duke said.
Date of prediction: January 1, 1995
Topic of prediction: Getting, Sharing Information
Name of publication: Tampa Tribune
Title, headline, chapter name: Radio’s Newest Wave; With the Click of a Mouse, Through a Computer’s Speakers, Listeners Can Tune into Radio Via the Internet
Quote Type: Partial quote
Page number or URL of document at time of study:
This data was logged into the Elon/Pew Predictions Database by: Guarino, Jennifer Anne