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CES 2008: Content distributor to make Internet video available for mobile platforms

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 10 Jan 2008 17:51 User comments (1)

CES 2008: Content distributor to make Internet video available for mobile platforms Pyxix, the internet content distributor, has announced it plans to make video available for mobile platforms, giving consumers another choice in a market that is starting to get crowded.
Currently, Pyxix "offers content across three different types of channels" with each offering a platform for new and amateur entertainers to distribute their work. "ComedyPop" offers stand-up and comedies. "DocuPyx" offers documentaries and short films and "Urban Chillers" distributes thriller and horror films for download.

The company plans to add two more channels, "Musyx" for music artists and "PyxNet" which the company describes as "dedicated to the promotion of artists of all genres." The content will be distributed through several different formats with support for file formats used on the PSP, iPod and Zune as well as for mobile phones using the 3gp file format.

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122.1.2008 16:27

The file formats need to be more generalized.

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