Monthly Archives: May 2005
Traditional rules won’t work for internet television says Ofcom – May 6, 2005
Ofcom has said it would be impossible for it to effectively police television content streamed over the internet and this job must rest with the individual viewer. The warning from the communications watchdog comes after proposals from Brussels aim to make media regulators such as Ofcom responsible for keeping television content on the internet clean.
Internet can help entertainment industry boom – May 6, 2005
Whilst many a traditional marketer has endeavored to cater to the influence of this growing demographic it was pertinent to show case the importance of integrating the Internet and mobile as a vital medium in the traditional media mix to highlight new age patterns that influence the decision making process.
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‘Rocketboom’ May Be Future of TV News – May 6, 2005
Rocketboom” is a Monday-through-Friday video Web log, or vlog, staged as a mini-newscast. Modeled on television yet summoned from cyberspace, each bite-sized dispatch shines a light on what the future seems to be: Whatever you feel like putting out there, accessible to anyone at any time, and (since there will no longer need to be fixed roles in this process) whatever everyone else feels like putting out there for you.
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Video Web Log Blog
ITVN Announces Free Offer of 5,000 Broadband Enabled TV Set Top Boxes to Consumers Nationwide – May 6, 2005
ITVN, a leader in the fast growing Internet Protocol Television (‘IPTV’) market, is offering up to 5,000 of ITVN’s consumer friendly TV set top boxes at no cost on a ‘first come first served’ basis and including a free 15-day subscription to one of ITVN’s critically acclaimed interactive IPTV networks.
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Broadband Set Top Box
SkyStream Hosts Special Forum of Leading European IPTV Companies – May 4, 2005
SkyStream(R), the leader in IP video delivery, today announced it will host a special forum for leading European IPTV companies to discuss emerging trends in IPTV content and business models.
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IPTV Service Providers