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Oregan to launch Onyx HD Internet media player

Oregan Networks, a developer of media browsing technologies for television, has announced imminent launch of the Onyx STB manufactured by Korea-based Consumer Electronics brand Digital Streams. The new device offers…

New iPlayer bugs

The new-look BBC iPlayer has attracted thousands of posts to the catch-up service’s message boards, with a huge number claiming the new version is riddled with bugs that are causing…

Canvas becomes YouView

Canvas becomes YouView

Following its incorporation as YouView TV Ltd at the end of last week, Project Canvas, the proposed joint venture between the BBC, ITV, BT, Channel 4, Channel 5, Talk Talk…

Arqiva to license VOD solution

  Communications infrastructure and media services company Arqiva has confirmed that it will begin licensing to third parties the VOD technology that powers its SeeSaw online TV service. The online…

BBC launches ‘social’ iPlayer

BBC launches ‘social’ iPlayer

The revamped iPlayer service features a new design that makes it easier to find television programmes, personalisation tools, so that users can tailor-make their viewing experience, and social networking integration,…

Canvas: ‘roll up’

Canvas: ‘roll up’

  The Project Canvas partners have issued a formal invitation for expressions of interest from CE makers to develop and bring Canvas devices to market in 2011. Consumer manufacturers have…

UKTV to expand VOD

UKTV is aiming to launch so-called ‘pull-on-demand’ services on Virgin Media and BSkyB’s pay-TV platforms by the end of the year and is in talks with Project Canvas, according to…

Viewers want OTT content choice and simplicity

Qualitative consumer research, conducted by Evolution Digital, a provider of integrated IP Hybrid devices and IP Video solutions for the global cable industry, shows that pay-TV subscribers are eager for…