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CES 2011: DivX announces new DivX TV partners

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 05 Jan 2011 18:27 User comments (1)

CES 2011: DivX announces new DivX TV partners Sonic Solutions' DivX has announced a range of new partners for its DivX TV service, which enables consumer electronics manufacturers to bring a broad range of web-based content to home and mobile devices.
DivX TV is a dynamic and customizable service with an intuitive menu that provides the convenience of simply watching TV. Lightweight and scalable, DivX TV enables the best of Internet TV on any device or platform, combining the best of the web with the ease of flipping channels.

"Consumer electronics companies are dedicated to delivering easy, convenient, managed content for consumers and families on TVs and net-connected media players," said Richard Doherty, Research Director, Envisioneering Group.

"DivX TV delivers a powerful, extendable and compelling solution, delivering intuitive access to the best of the web, from the comfort of their couch cushions."

DivX TV offers a rapidly growing library that now provides 10,000 high-quality videos from more than 200 shows and is capable of powering the distribution of ad-supported and subscription video content, including premium services. At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, DivX announced a bunch of new partners including...
  • AOL
  • Amos TV
  • Automotive Rhythms TV
  • Ebru TV
  • New Tang Dynasty
  • Right Network
  • Slacker Radio
  • Wealth TV
Additionally, DivX has also announced several other partners to work to implement DivX TV on their platforms including Broadcom Corporation, Marvell Semiconductor, Inc. and Renesas Electronics Corporation.

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1 user comment

17.1.2011 1:58

I nearly fallen off the chair when it has AOL on the list

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