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  • video on demand

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Examples

  • In markets with a high penetration of DTV subscriptions, support for advanced features such as VoD (video on demand), DVR/PVR, and other interactive applications are driving the deployment of digital STBs.

    E-Commerce Times

  • The MSO is running that kind of VoD service (off the same SeaChange system and IPTV headend being used now to serve CityCenter) at the Encore at Wynn hotel, which opened in December 2008.

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  • Tru2way is part of the North American Cable Standard called Open Cable, which is designed to simplify the deployment of advanced interactive services, such as VoD, gaming, DVR, and IPG on 2-way capable cable, or cable-ready CE devices, by standardizing the programming environment on Java, and using middleware API's.

    Software Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha

  • With phenomenal growth (total STB shipments reached 11 million units by mid-2008 doubling 2007 shipments), new STB technology continues to be required for Chinese cable operators as they continue to upgrade their networks for two-way operation to enable the deployment of advanced services such as VoD, DVR and Internet browsing.

    WebWire | Recent Headlines

  • Although Screen Digest predicts that the bulk of linear content will continue to be sent over one-way networks, many television operators also have an active roadmap for combining linear and return-path technology for applications such as VoD and content-rich interactivity.

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  • However, traditional media companies are waking up to the threat posed by Netflix and some Wall Street analysts question whether the company's stratospheric share price performance can continue as competition in the VoD market intensifies and content costs rise.

    Will streaming TV online lead to the death of the big media players?

  • The UK is a very different market, with BSkyB a formidable established competitor with 10 million subscribers that is ramping up its VoD business and the BBC's popular iPlayer offering viewers free access to high quality TV content online.

    Will streaming TV online lead to the death of the big media players?

  • UK broadcasters, like their US counterparts, face the dilemma of whether to licence programming to online TV aggregators such as SeeSaw or hold it back for their own VoD services.

    Will streaming TV online lead to the death of the big media players?

  • As of now, Fox claims that all of its Fox Searchlight films (of which Cedar Rapids is one) will go VoD sixty days after wide release, which is interesting considering how few of them actually end up going wide (Cedar Rapids has yet to top 600 screens and is already bleeding auditoriums).

    Scott Mendelson: The Shot Heard Round the Industry... Studios' doomed plan for pre-DVD Video On Demand.

  • Unlike true VoD services where the files are stored on a remote server and streamed in real-time to the user, 3VOD stores the files locally on a set top box.

    World's First Terrestrial 3D TV Service Starts in Italy

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