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European ISP partners with MGM for movie streaming

Written by Lasse Penttinen @ 13 Oct 2003 11:52 User comments (1)

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer is giving access to it’s massive archive of 4000 movie titles for the German ISP T-Online, which is a business unit of the Deutche Telekom. T-Online is about to launch their on-demand movie service. They have also inked a deal with a German movie distributor Constantin Film.
"This landmark agreement speaks to the promising future of video-on-demand worldwide," said Jim Griffiths, president of MGM Worldwide Television Distribution, in a statement.
… T-Online is due to launch its T-Online Vision on TV service, which will allow customers to download videos over the Internet and then watch it on their TV sets, by the end of the year.BTOpenWorld.com

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113.10.2003 21:35

Cool, but will the transfer speeds be sufficient? That´s the question I always ask, only time will tell.

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