Wednesday, May 10, 2006

WSJ.com - TiVo to Offer Video From the Internet In Brightcove Deal

WSJ.com - TiVo to Offer Video From the Internet In Brightcove Deal: "TiVo Inc., in a push to add features that could help its digital video recorder stand out from rivals, reached an agreement with Brightcove Inc. that will let TiVo users download and watch video from the Internet on television sets.
Closely held Brightcove of Cambridge, Mass., will allow companies that use its system for distributing video over the Internet to make their shows available to TiVo users. Brightcove plans to start offering video from six to 12 programmers to TiVo users in June, though it didn't identify the programmers. The companies using Brightcove to publish video over the Internet include New York Times Co., Oxygen Network and SmartMoney, a finance magazine published by Hearst Corp. and Dow Jones & Co., publisher of The Wall Street Journal."
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