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A Trickle of Live Streams on NBC Web Site for Olympics; NBC’s Web site is live-streaming fewer sports than it did in Beijing, marking a step backward in online access to marquee events. (NY Times) UK Online Video Service SeeSaw Goes Live; the service goes live […]

A Trickle of Live Streams on NBC Web Site for Olympics; NBC’s Web site is live-streaming fewer sports than it did in Beijing, marking a step backward in online access to marquee events. (NY Times)

UK Online Video Service SeeSaw Goes Live; the service goes live with more than 3,000 hours of content and partnerships with BBC Worldwide, Channel 4, Five and several major UK independent production companies. (The Telegraph)

NBA Breaks Record with 17 Million Video Streams of All-Star Game; NBA Digital reports that it had 4.95 million video streams of the All-Star game on Sunday, February 15, with a total of 17 million views, which is 20% more than last year. (Beet.TV)

TiVo Granted Season Pass Patent; on February 16th, TiVo was finally given the legal exclusive on what looks like “season pass” prioritization, conflict resolution, and recording. (Zatz Not Funny!)

Verizon Takes the FiOS Experience Mobile; FiOS TV customers who also have a Motorola Droid or HTC Imagio handset can use these devices to control their TV set-top-box. (Verizon at Home blog)

Zoran Announces Integrated VUDU Apps Reference Design; Zoran is integrating VUDU into its advanced processor design platforms, enabling rapid deployment of Internet-connected HDTVs for its OEM and ODM customers. (press release)

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