Daily Archive: August 18, 2011

Aug 18

FetchTV Launches Next Generation YouTube Service

Tweet The YouTube on TV application is available to FetchTV customers from 17th of August 2011, and is one of the first IPTV platforms in the world to offer the service. The YouTube interface is optimised so users can watch YouTube videos in full screen on their TV. It delivers up to 720p HD video …

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Aug 18

Yahoo! launches free online film service

Tweet Select Bollywood movies can now be streamed online for free following the launch of Movieplex by Yahoo! India as part of a collaborative project with leading studios. The principle behind the move is to bring quality video to internet consumers without the threat of content piracy. Read more: Yahoo! launches free online film service …

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Aug 18

Ooyala nets ESPN to form online video ‘dream team’

Tweet Online video services provider Ooyala has scored big with a contract to power video for ESPN.com, claimed to be the biggest sports site in the world. Ooyala provides online video publishing, analytics and monetisation to global companies such as Dell, REI, Sephora, Bloomberg, Endemol, Fremantle Media and Telegraph Media. Read more: Ooyala nets ESPN …

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Aug 18

Connected devices in the digital home are underutilised

Tweet Connected devices in the digital home may be a popular topic in the industry, but when it comes to actual use, they are sorely underutilised. That’s the finding from Interpret, an entertainment, media and technology market research firm, which has released two new reports: “The State of Internet-Connected Living Rooms” and “Streaming Music: Will …

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Aug 18

Ministry inaugurates new Telecommunication Department- Vietnam

Tweet The Telecommunications Department under the Ministry of Information and Communications made its debut following the prime minister’s decision on August 15. The department was founded by the merger between the Information Technology and Communications Quality Control Department and the Telecommunications Bureau under the Ministry of Information and Communications. Click here for complete story.

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