Monthly Archives: February 2006
JumpBoxTV Signs Robert Evans, Ice-T and Mike Richards to Star in New Original Web Series – February 17, 2006
JumpBoxTV Networks today announced it has signed Robert Evans, Ice-T, and Mike Richards to star in three original Web series created and produced by the company. Jumpboxtv.com, which also launches its “Line-Up” site today, will debut with promos of these programs, another original content show, and an exclusive unseen interview with the stars and director of Will & Grace as a salute to the show’s final season before fully launching later this month.
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Original Web Series
ITV Local to Broadcast Live Basketball Event Using Narrowstep’s TelVOS™ – February 14, 2006
ITV Local, the new broadband TV channel for the South and South East of England powered by TelVOS™, Narrowsteps’ Television Operating System will be broadcasting a Pay-per-view basketball match with NBA star Dennis Rodman LIVE on Valentine’s Day.
IPDR.org IPTV Standards Initiative at Cisco Systems Feb. 23-24 – February 13, 2006
The Internet Protocol Detail Record Organization (IPDR.org) today announced it will host an open, industry wide meeting to focus on accounting and settlement standards for IPTV services. This would be applicable to telephony service providers, voice operators, broadband network providers, cable operators, entertainment content partners, support vendors, media & analysts.
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IPTV Standards Initiative
Visit London announces new strategy for London TV using Narrowstep’s TelVOS™ – February 13, 2006
Visit London, the official visitor organisation for London has today launched its own 24 hour broadband channel on visitlondon.com, using Narrowstep Inc’s, Television Operating System (TelVOS™). The new Narrowstep channel not only makes the contents of London TV available to 137 mill. broadband users around the world, but also instantly available on PC’s & Macs.
MatrixStream to release world’s first High Definition IPTV – February 8, 2006
MatrixStream Technologies, Inc., will soon be releasing the world’s first H.264 AVC (advance video codec) Video on Demand and IPTV Set Top Box (STB) and PC Player capable of the highest of high definition (HD) signal formats with 1080 vertical pixels by 1920 horizontal pixels.
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