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  1. DISH Network No Longer Carrying Some Of Its Most-Watched Channels

    In a blow to its Spanish-speaking customers, DISH Network dropped most of Univision Communications’ networks and stations off its services indefinitely on Saturday, June 30, just before 7 p.m. EDT. The removal of the channels followed DISH’s rejection of an offer from Univision that would have extended the parties’ existing contract to allow renewal negotiations to continue without interrupting viewers’ access to Univision content. Among the Top Networks in Any Language on DISH The

  2. VideoPropulsion Announces Low Cost High Definition To Standard Definition Transcoders

    VideoPropulsion® has just announced a new, low-cost model of its FloodGate® digital television appliances capable of transcoding high definition (HD) content to standard definition (SD)

  3. IOGEAR Announces Availability Of High-Performance Wireless Audio/Video Solutions At Best Buy And Best Buy Magnolia Stores Nationwide

    IOGEAR, a manufacturer of innovative information technology products for consumers and organizations of varying sizes, recently announced the availability of select members of its popular portfolio of high-performance wireless audio/video (A/V) solutions through Best Buy and Best Buy Magnolia stores nationwide

  4. U.S. Department Of Justice Clears Disney Acquisition Of 21st Century Fox

    The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) announced today that the Antitrust Division of the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) has cleared the pending acquisition by Disney of Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. (“21st Century Fox”—NASDAQ: FOXA, FOX). The DOJ has entered into a consent decree with Disney and 21st Century Fox that allows the acquisition to proceed, while requiring the sale of the Fox Sports Regional Networks. Under the consent decree, Disney will have at

  5. Wowza Announces Availability Of Ultra Low Latency Streaming

    Wowza Media Systems, the recognized gold standard in streaming, recently announced the release of the Wowza Streaming Cloud service with Ultra Low Latency

  6. Ooyala Adds VR360, HEVC Streaming And More To Flex Media Platform With Updates To Its Digital Video Playout Solutions

    Ooyala recently announced a suite of new capabilities and features for OoyalaLIVE, its application for effortless creation, management, delivery and monetization of live streamed events and linear TV channels on any device

  7. Videa Receives United States Patent Office Grant For Its Leading Advertising Technology

    Videa, an online marketplace for automated television advertising, today announced that its award-winning TV advertising system has been further recognized with a granted patent entitled: “Systems and Methods for Selecting Television Content Inventory and Predicting Available Inventory” from the United States Patent Office. This patent provides methods for using advertising traffic system data to automatically and predictively match available advertising inventory to potential buyers, among other areas. Videa’s technology continues to help the media

  8. Cleeng Raises €5 Million To Strengthen Over-The-Top Video Technology And Fuel International Expansion

    Cleeng, the leader in video e-commerce solutions for broadcasters, announces a Series B funding round of €5 Million to drive product development and growth in key markets. With the new funding, Cleeng will up its sales and marketing efforts, broaden its partner network and further invest in research and development. The funding round is led by Dutch venture capitalist firm Walvis, joined by current investors C4 Ventures. Walvis, founded by the J.A. Fentener van

  9. Garmin Selects KVH To Provide Marine Satellite TV Antenna Systems To Boaters Worldwide

    Garmin International, Inc. a unit of Garmin Ltd., and KVH Industries, Inc., announced an arrangement to offer two marine satellite TV antenna systems made by KVH as part of a Garmin marine network package

  10. Ooyala Powers Content Management, Syndication And Delivery For Turner Asia Pacific

    Ooyala is powering content syndication for Turner Asia Pacific with the Ooyala Flex Media Platform, a flexible and configurable content supply chain optimization platform that automates tasks, simplifies workflows and speeds up the time to market for Turner. With increasingly complex content formats and requirements, Turner’s technology and operations team needed a single platform to power their syndication workflows. Turner required greater visibility into campaigns and projects in order to manage, add and deliver