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VUDU Internet application platform

VUDU has launched its VUDU RIA (Rich Internet Application) platform, a standards-based platform that brings Web-hosted rich applications and services to consumer appliances such as the popular VUDU Internet movie…

VUDU Internet application platform

VUDU has launched its VUDU RIA (Rich Internet Application) platform, a standards-based platform that brings Web-hosted rich applications and services to consumer appliances such as the popular VUDU Internet movie…

Online video shifts from PC to TV screen

While today’s consumer is most likely to watch online video on the PC screen, over time more and more consumers will watch over-the-top video delivered to the living room, according…

BBC pilots iPlayer sharing with Telegraph

The BBC is planning to share some of its content with the Telegraph Media Group in a deal that could see the iPlayer video catch-up service embedded on the Telegraph.co.uk…

Web TV transforms TV habits

One in seven quizzed for the ITV survey into changing TV habits said that the increase in TV available online means they'll argue less about what to watch on Christmas…

1m U-Verse subs

AT&T's U-Verse television service is ahead of schedule in adding subscribers, according to John Stankey, the company’s president and chief executive of telecom operations. AT&T planned to add one million…

iPlayer for C4 and ITV?

The BBC is reportedly considering offering Channel 4 and ITV the free and open use of its iPlayer online video technology. The offer will form part of its response to…

You Tube seeking content monetization

YouTube director of content partnerships Jordan Hoffner outlined its plans to monetize its content to a B&C conference in New York. YouTube is taking a number of different approaches to…

Kangaroo bounced by Competition Commission

From Colin Mann in London The Competition Commission (CC) has provisionally concluded that the proposed VOD joint venture between the BBC through BBC Worldwide ITV and C4, 'Project Kangaroo', will…

Gaming consoles prime for video services

According to a report from researcher TDG game consoles such as Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Sony's PS3 are evolving into multimedia gateways with legitimate non-gaming media arsenals. Armed with the…