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State Department Launches Video Challenge; government agency partners with NBC, the MPAA, USC and more to ask users to submit videos with the theme “Democracy is…” (Democracy Video Challenge) Fantastic Fest Streaming Some Films Online; sci-fi horror fest to stream five features online for free. (Fantastic […]

State Department Launches Video Challenge; government agency partners with NBC, the MPAA, USC and more to ask users to submit videos with the theme “Democracy is…” (Democracy Video Challenge)

Fantastic Fest Streaming Some Films Online; sci-fi horror fest to stream five features online for free. (Fantastic Fest Online)

BitTorrent to Be Used for Game Delivery; Aeria Games and IAHGames to integrate BitTorrent DNA delivery service for distribution of MMOGs. (release)

MobiTV Partners with Media Excel; IP video distribution technology company and video encoding company partner to offer mobile video services for mobile and broadband networks. (Wireless Week)

Edgeware Web TV Server to Be Deployed on Maxisat; company says Reflex 2x servers deliver up to 32,768 concurrent video streams over the public Internet, to be used by Finnish digital TV and broadband services firm. (release)

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  1. BitTorrent Raises Another $17M « NewTeeVee Monday, September 15, 2008

    [...] thing we heard from BitTorrent was just this morning, that its content accelerator plug-in would be used for game delivery. In August the company laid off somewhere under 20 percent of its workforce. Since then, it hired a [...]

  2. BitTorrent President Quits, Forms New Venture With YouTube’s Chen, Others « NewTeeVee Friday, November 7, 2008

    [...] Meanwhile, it’s been a tumultuous time for BitTorrent as the company has struggled to find traction. It has shifted strategic directions more than once, going from torrent search engine to consumer store to B2B delivery to embedding its software into devices like routers to its latest move into video game delivery. [...]

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