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i-Player is for all says BBC

Nearly a year after the BBC first offered its iPlayer to rival UK broadcasters, none of which have joined, now, at IBC, Erik Huggers has declared open door for international…

Tesco and Microsoft launching online movie service

Supermarket giant Tesco and Microsoft have signed a collaboration agreement to launch an online video service. Starting in the autumn, Tesco will allow customers in the UK who purchase certain…

AT&T video portal

AT&T has publicly launched the beta version of a video portal — which serves up free TV shows and movies to any Internet user, and promises even more to U-verse…

Arqiva appoints Keeling to launch VOD service

Arqiva has confirmed the appointment of former UKTV Controller and COO John Keeling to the role of Platform Controller for its new VOD service. Keeling will be responsible for overseeing…

Nielsen: Video consumption continues to increase

Americans are increasing their overall media consumption, and media multi-tasking is part of the equation, according to data from The Nielsen Company's most recent Three Screen Report. During 2nd Quarter…

YouTube to offer pay movies?

YouTube is reportedly in negotiations with major Hollywood studios for a deal that would see full-length movies on the service. It would put YouTube, owned by Google, in direct competition…

Bollywood VOD on BT Vision

MoMedia International, a digital distributor of VOD services backed by Endemol and Shemaroo Entertainment, an entertainment company from India, have concluded an exclusive five year deal with BT Vision to…

SeaChange acquires eventIS

SeaChange International, provider of software and hardware solutions for VOD television, has confirmed the acquisition of eventIS Group – a privately owned Netherlands-based company that provides VOD and linear broadcast…

BBC on blinkbox

BBC Worldwide has struck a deal to make hundreds of hours of content available via the UK online video service blinkbox. Popular titles on DVD, such as Top Gear, Gavin…

VOD on PS3 and PSP

Sony is launching a video-on-demand service on the PlayStation3 and PlayStation Portable as it continues its fight with Microsoft's Xbox 360. The PlayStation Network Video Store will allow users in…