We're back from the holidays and pleased to once again resume the weekly IPTV headlines feature article. In the upcoming weeks we are going to be holding a poll on whether you would like to receive this as a weekly newsletter. We've always considered our RSS feed to be our newsletter since you can filter it as you see fit but we have received numerous emails inquiring about a newsletter. To be continued...
This week you will definitely want to take some time reviewing the headlines below. Now I admit...we gathered articles from the entire spectrum of issues that impact TV or IPTV but we believe there are some really informative pieces.
First, the battle between online video providers continues to heat up. Google opened up their video store
. AOL bought
the video search engine Truveo.
2006 International CES set records last week with more than 150,000 total attendees, 23,000 international attendees, and exhibit space at 1.67 million net square feet.
HD DVD and Blu-ray continue to battle it out in the high definition arena.
Online is the place to be:
- E! online prepares for their launch of their broadband channel
- Sail.tv takes off covering sailing and watersports
- Learning Now Network (LNN) launches with news, educational magazine shows and public service programming and each participating school also receives a "producer kit" that enables teachers and students to create, write, record and produce their own news stories to be seen on LNN
On that last point...where was this when we were in school? Are we preparing the youth for the growing world of video blogging?
And here are the headlines...