The availability of, well, everything, gets closer and closer it seems every week. TumTiki, a creation of cable provider Frontier Communications, will combine content available from Hulu, Amazon, and others to provide a library of 700,000 movies and TV shows. It will act as curator for two of the largest online video providers, making it easier to find most anything all in one place. They even provide local programming, which you can access via a map. It looks like over 50 markets are represented. Also, TumTiki will be a place to watch web shows.
TumTiki Is the Beginning of Everything Being Available At Your Fingertips
Jeremy said to me the other day, “I can’t wait for the day where I’ll just think of something I want to watch, be able to go to my computer, and just play it right there on demand.” And hey, I think once the studios start figuring out a way to monetize their content to the maximum dollar, that’s where we’re headed. TumTiki has a simple interface where you can click on “TV Listings” and pick a time and a day, and if the program you’re looking for says, “Watch Now,” you’re in business.