Who's going to bring OTT content to the TV?

Monday 23 November 2009 | 17:02 CET | Author: Tim Poulus | Market Commentary
Over-the-top content, or web content offered over a broadband connection, is growing in popularity. With traditional service providers asking what this means for them, we look at two recent developments, at set-top box maker Amino and Netflix partner Roku. We also wonder what Google's up to in this market, besides its popular video-sharing site YouTube.

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Categories: General / Internet
Companies: Amino Communications / Google / Netflix / Roku / Sony / YouTube
Countries: World
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