April 12, 2005
C|Net has a great site on the current state of television-in-flux called Me TV: Television of the future.
New technologies, from on-demand programming to TiVo offshoots to flat screens to HDTV, are radically changing the benign concept of traditional television. Viewers are now gaining control over the mass medium, creating interactive communities and installing custom-made home media networks. As entire industries are redefined, how are networks, content providers and advertisers adjusting their strategies?
Speaking of media-in-flux, keep an eye on Open Media Network, a "free public service designed to help you enjoy a broad selection of movies, public TV and radio, video blogs and podcasts while protecting producer's copyrights." The service will be powered by Kontiki, a commercial BitTorrent-like shared downloading scheme that the BBC used to deliver prime-time TV via the internet.
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television is changing, yes. another company who sees this trend and is trying to take advantage of it is JumpTV (http://www.jumptv.com or http:/jumptv.typepad.com). they are the leading provider of LIVE, broadband international television channels in the world and the best thing about the company is that their prices are very fair. i suggest everyone check out JumpTV and the programming they offer. you will be surprised at how many channels they offer. i think the number is over 160 right now!!
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Posted by: becky romine | Jun 15, 2006 9:47:51 AM
I have been researching and DTVSwitch2009.com was pretty helpful with any questions:) Anyone else have any other sites they recommend??
Posted by: Amanda | Sep 9, 2008 9:05:10 AM
On Saturday,August 4,2007, WWME expanded its classic television brand by introducing Si Me TV,classic television in Spanish. Programming in this block features Spanish-dubbed versions of American shows from the Universal library, such as Hercules, Xena, Miami Vice, Quantum Leap and The Incredible Hulk. Some programs seen in this block are available to the station only in Spanish, due to restrictions imposed on the English-language originals. Si Me TV also offers a Spanish public affairs program in the block, beginning at a later date.
Posted by: Jenifer | Oct 9, 2008 10:41:03 PM
My name is sonalee . I´m from Germany.
This site is very good ,you can find nice people and
get many information.
i will tell this website to my friends !!!
Posted by: sonalee | Nov 6, 2008 4:04:46 AM
Nachrichten mit Unterhaltung zum so genannten Infotainment vermischt.
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