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BBC to Put All its Channels Online; riding the success of its iPlayer, the Beeb plans to stream all its channels — but only to the U.K.. (Variety) Kiptronic Raises $3 Million; audio and video ad insertion company gets Series B from unidentified investors. (peHub) Chinese […]

BBC to Put All its Channels Online; riding the success of its iPlayer, the Beeb plans to stream all its channels — but only to the U.K.. (Variety)

Kiptronic Raises $3 Million; audio and video ad insertion company gets Series B from unidentified investors. (peHub)

Chinese Video Sites Experiencing Down Time; Youku, Tudou and 56.com have all blamed outages on technical glitches, but the government’s strict control may be the real culprit. (VentureBeat)

SAG Strong-arming AFTRA Members? SAG reportedly holding a special meeting to convince people who belong to both guilds not to ratify AFTRA’s recent deal with the AMPTP. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Inuk Networks Gets $18.5 Million; UK IPTV company gets second round led by broadcaster S4C and venture firm Wesley Clover. (release)

Vudu Offers Wireless Kit; standalone cordless connection device costs $79. (CrunchGear)

Remote Free TV Concept Working for FOX; network says it’s getting 35 to 40 percent pricing premiums on shows that will feature fewer ads. (MediaWeek)

  1. Move Networks Acquires Inuk for Broadcast TV on PCs Wednesday, April 22, 2009

    [...] Internet. The purchase price was not disclosed but it was at least partly in Move shares. Inuk had raised an $18.5 million second round only last June, but according to paidContent:UK, had run through its [...]

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