I watched CNBC on TV yesterday throughout Apple's news conference yesterday (while also covering gdgt's coverage online), and they showed video of Jobs introduction at the press conference just about 5-10 minutes after it happened. At one point the reporter they had right outside the conference explained that they weren't aloud to have live video cameras inside (as we know), but they had videographers inside who took video, ran it out to the truck, and then they could show what they had shot. This is definitely the first time I have seen this type of coverage happening at a Apple event, and it got me thinking: how long do you think it will be until we will be able Apple will allow us to see live video streams (either TV or on the internet) of Apple events? My guess is that it will be 3-4 more years. It seems to me it has to happen at some point, but for whatever reason it seems like Apple is not crazy about making it happen. What do you guys think? P.S. Watching E3 live on Spike TV a few weeks ago also lead to some of my thinking here.