Here’s a fresh, not-yet-covered startup we found out about recently: ivi TV. From what we understand, Seattle-based ivi, founded in 2007, is building a video player that will stream encrypted P2P broadcast TV signals to PCs. The company wants to sign up traditional broadcasters, but will also include channels from independent content producers. This sounds quite a bit like RayV (our profile); it also has elements in common with the linear TidalTV as well as HD live-streaming efforts from startups like Kulabyte and Conviva.
Disclosure: We heard about ivi because they were in touch with our ad sales team, but as you know our policy is to always write about any under-the-radar video startups we can find.