As I discovered last month, it looks like YouTube is headed to the little $99 Roku media player. And it turns GOOG may not be the only new partner joining Netflix and Amazon Video on Demand. Via Hacking Netflix, US News & World Report writes:
Roku expects to add about 10 new “channels” by the holidays [… and] has quietly distributed a development kit to […] a few “close, big-name” partners.
If YouTube is 1, blip.tv has just identified themselves as number 2. That leaves 8 other services coming to Roku. Unfortunately, given recent anti-social behavior, I doubt Hulu will be one of them. Perhaps the more progressive CBS will bite with TV.com content.
Who else would you like to see?