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Movielink to use both, Real and Microsoft

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 30 Oct 2002 14:30 User comments (2)

Major movie studio -backed online movie service, Movielink, announced today that its upcoming service will use both, Microsoft and RealNetworks, as its technology providers.
Movielink has definately agreed that the race for the multimedia throne is currently pretty much tie between Microsoft and Real and wants to support both. Movielink will use both companies' DRM products and video codecs to deliver the movies to paying customers.

Movielink is an online venture, very much like Pressplay and MusicNet in audio world, that is owned by several major movie studios and will deliver full-length movies to consumers' PCs for a fee. Service is about to be launched by end of this year.


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131.10.2002 3:49

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