I watch a lot of International TV over the Internet, and I've noticed that networks are getting very picky about letting their content be viewed for free outside their broadcast areas. The Dutch youth network BNN, displays a slide stating that you are not permitted to view their station from the US if you click on the live feed on their Website. The BBC has blocked all video on their Web site from being viewed outside the UK. I clicked on "David Tennant's Doctor Who Video Diary" on YouTube the other day, and got a message from YouTube stating that the owner of the video had restricted viewing to the UK. Clearly, foreign stations have realized the value of their programming, and want to sell Internet access to it as opposed to giving it away for free. A few years ago, the BBC was streaming BBC1 and BBC3 to anyone who wanted to click on it. Not any more.