Here Comes IPTV
Posted on 02.10.2006
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GlobeVISION, Inc., a global media service company with North American headquarters in Los Angeles, announced it is launching the first on demand Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) service for Asian-Americans in North America, and has already forged content deals with three media giants. The announcement was made by Edward Bach, Founder and CEO/President of GlobeVISION, who is also the Founder and former CEO of ATI Technologies Korea, Inc.
Content deals with Korea's two largest private broadcasters, MBC and SBS, as well as CJ Media, Korea's largest cable media group, will allow PIE service to deliver tens of thousands of Korean and Chinese television and movie programming choices directly from Asia to the TV sets of subscribers in North America. The service is available now on a trial basis in Southern California and will begin serving Asian-Americans across the U.S. and Asian-Canadians on July 1st.
IPTV, internet protocol television, GlobeVision
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