Think of YouTube without the hosting.
YouTube makes money of advertising, correct? Once you get paid for simply providing content (in this context, content is links to video content) you don't need the ads; in a way, being excellent at what you do (thus popular) alone will make you profitable.
Whoever is excellent can profit more. And more. And more. I tend to believe that the usual dynamics that make outstanding players (e.g. Google) outstandingly huge will be in effect here as well; there's no reason to doubt that.
More than that, the original producers may start choosing Safe as the go-to place for publishing. We're aiming for world domination, aren't we? (Well, if "wold domination" makes any sense in the context of a network that resists any kind of control...)
What if, in ten or so years, nobody will think twice before going to a major motion picture studio's Safe site for obtaining their latest release? Yes, the prices will be much lower than that of a BluRay release today, but that only means the prices will have finally re-adjusted to their "natural" level.
Nice dream, but I doubt that. As I wrote a few lines above, some will be just much better than others, and they will for sure be able to use the Safe network for their comfort just as they can use whatever they have now. Some people / companies are just much better at using their opportunities, and there's no problem with that.
I doubt network effects would stop working, either. Early comers will have a higher chance to get a bigger slice, and you can't do much against that other than being significantly better, and thus beating them out of the game (think Google v.s. Altavista.)