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After Joost, Babelgum, iPlayer, Livestation, Vuze et al comes yet another online TV platform. Web video search index Blinkx is branching far…

After Joost, Babelgum, iPlayer, Livestation, Vuze et al comes yet another online TV platform. Web video search index Blinkx is branching farther out in to distribution by launching its own version – hybrid P2P player Blinkx Broadband TV (BBTV). Its only content partners at launch are said to be film distributor Dogwoof and ubiquitous news provider ITN, though the repertoire this morning consisted of short cartoons, all on-demand.

Blinkx says BBTV (which, incidentally, also stands for BoingBoing TV) harnesses Blinkx’s core speech recognition video transcription technology to offer searchability and clickable subtitles that point to web pages in a manner tightly integrated with the 1.8Mb Windows-only TV app. If the world really needs another P2P TV app, then it may be because of this snazzy-sounding feature – but it’s something that didn’t seem to work during my test.

  1. With Blinkx it will be the uniqueness of the content offer that will see if it can survive long term, many other rivals can adopt this system. But in a crowded market with many content producers wanting to do as many non exclusive media distribution and syndication deals through a many online tv/video sharing channels as possible.

    Many cable and satellite channels offer the same programmes the only differing factor is the timeslot and series, but with timeshifting and online options available, it will be really hard to maintain a loyal following audience.

    http://www.hd-productions.biz

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  2. Blinks is having big time and surly going to get some great stuff in internet world

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