The Open Television Network launched today. Don't let the name fool you: If you go to the site you won't see a competitor to YouTube, Hulu, Joost, or the like. OTN is a behind-the-scenes platform that lets small-fry media publishers sell content that's distributed through RSS.
This is a neat trick. OTN lets you subscribe to an RSS feed with audio or video content so you can see the headlines of new articles in a media player like iTunes or Miro (see story, Miro Leaves Beta) or the Zune player. When you click on a particular item … Read more