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blinkx heads Google on UK video search

Shares in video search engine blinkx have climbed after ComScore figures showed it had 52.5 million unique visitors in October, and Hitwise data showed it had overtaken Google Video in…

TeliaSonera broadband TV for Helsinki

Nordic telco TeliaSonera will launch broadband TV services in the Greater Helsinki Area this week. Sonera Broadband TV offers a selection of channels, videos and high-definition image. The service is…

iPlayer P2P switch off

Ashley Highfield, future media director of the BBC, has said BBC iPlayer has cost around £4.5 million (E6.5m), as part of a £130 million, five-year plan to transition from tape…

Google launches YouTube UK ads

Google has launched an advertising service for its network in the UK and Ireland that will allow targeted ads to run around YouTube videos. The new offering, called Video Units,…

Honda TV goes live

Honda has launched an internet TV channel to broadcast its own films, video clips and award-winning adverts. The launch of the channel follows a successful trial of the technology on…

History Channel and Crime Network for Top UP TV

The History Channel UK and Top Up TV have reached an agreement to launch The History Channel and Crime & Investigation Network on Top Up TV Anytime in the UK.…

Tiscali UK signs Setanta

Tiscali UK has secured a deal to stream Setanta Sports channels live on its website. The deal will enable Tiscali customers to watch sports content online for £7.99 a month…

Current integrated TV and Internet site

Current, the P2P news and information network, has launched Current.com, a site harnessing the interactivity of web 2.0 to Current's existing TV concept. The site offers an array of new…

SyncTV test launch

SyncTV, a new US online television service, plans to launch a private test this week to offer viewers the ability to download anything they want to a computer from channels…

Hulu recommends rivals also

NBC Universal and News Corp, the majority owners of Hulu, are using the online-video site to popularise programmes running on NBC and Fox – but that doesn’t mean rival networks…