Quote of the day: Internet isn't the future for TV

"Everyone thinks content delivery will come from the Internet. It won't," said Dallas Mavericks' owner and tech entrepreneur Mark Cuban.

Cuban has become an avid cheerleader for HDTV. He believes Web content delivery is too expensive and slow to deliver HD content and sees no hurdles in HDTV's path. "The game is over. HDTV is on its way to becoming ubiquitous," he said.

Read CNET News.com's complete interview with Cuban here.

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