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Internet TV startup Joost is ditching its downloadable desktop software, as NewTeeVee previously reported. But now the company is taking things a step further, to give users the option to access the site without even downloading a P2P browser plug-in. All its content and new social […]

Internet TV startup Joost is ditching its downloadable desktop software, as NewTeeVee previously reported. But now the company is taking things a step further, to give users the option to access the site without even downloading a P2P browser plug-in. All its content and new social features will be available in Flash, with higher definition, live, and some international programming only available with download of a “premium” (but still free) plug-in. The premium version of the site is open to the public today; the standard version will launch in mid-October. Read more at NewTeeVee

  1. Newsflash:

    You can’t be an “internet startup” if you’ve been around for as long as most people are in college.

    They’re just a company. Who may or may not be bleeding money and living entirely off of funding for an idea already popular through more modern and market-accepted venues such as “Hulu”.

    –Kyle

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