Vid-Biz: BBC, Kiptronic, China

1 Comment

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 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)

Comments are closed.