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CES 2008: DivX Connected adds content from Veoh and Vuze

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 08 Jan 2008 16:24 User comments (1)

CES 2008: DivX Connected adds content from Veoh and Vuze At CES 2008, DivX has announced a handful of new partners for its Connected platform while also confirming that its D-Link DSM-330 DivX Connected HD Media Player will be heading to the US finally.
The most notable partners where Vuze and Veoh which means users of the media player will be able to access tons of TV shows, movies, and other video content.

HD content from the Vuze service will include TV and video content from popular channels A&E, the BBC, National Geographic, PBS, and Showtime, alongside hundreds "of premier production studios and thousands of maverick content creators distribute shows through the Vuze platform." DivX Connected users will soon be able to see the selections from the Vuze library, said DivX.

Veoh will offer just as much, if not more content. DivX says under the terms of the agreement, Veoh will be making most, if not all, of its video content available to DivX Connected devices. For those not familiar, Veoh is a site that allows users to watch Fox shows such as "Family Guy" and "24".

Source:
Pocketlint

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19.1.2008 21:59

Nice update. I love divx new features.

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