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Articles in "IPTV"

Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer told a convention center full of financial analysts that the company plans to offer live TV on the Xbox in time for the holiday season. That would give families another reason to put an Xbox 360 on their gift list, and it moves Internet-connected television further into the mainstream.

While both TV networks Fox and ABC are taking measures to walled up their content, Comcast's NBC Universal has taken a different turn, last week making more of its content available in full to iPad users. And the move, said BTIG Research analyst Richard Greenfield, makes the sale of Hulu more difficult – better deal for viewers.

Uzbektelecom, the state-owned telecommunications provider for Uzbekistan, has put out to tender an order for almost $1 million in hardware, software and implementation services to launch a nascent IPTV offering in the country. The tender is open for submissions until July 14th, 2011.

 

English Text of Tender terms below taken from : http://www.uztelecom.uz/ru/press/news/1239

British Telecom (BT) will change the majority of its broadband network to use multicast routers starting next year. This means that complete IPTV services, using quality of service protocols, could then be launched for the first time on the BT network.

Bamboom Labs, a new IPTV provider, said it will let you watch live broadcast TV anywhere you can get Internet connection, on whatever device you want. This company could potentially threaten the revenues of broadcasters and pay-TV operators.