Overpriced Content Exemplified by AP Story
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Cable television often boasts that it can deliver esoteric fare suiting nearly any taste. But it could be rendered obsolete by the likes of Bill Eason's hog cooking class. The North Carolina cook's program - self-described as an "all-day, whole hog class edited down to 45 minutes on how to find, select, prepare and serve whole hog from the man who cooks several hundred per year" - will be available for a $1.99 download as early as next month on something called DaveTV

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July 18 Daily News
Monday, 18 July 2005

Hinditron-led consortium to bid for IPTV network projects - Andheri,Mumbai,India
... Services Pvt Ltd. to provide telecom companies turnkey solutions for IPTV (Internet Protocol television). The consortium includes ...

Berenson to Join Yankee Group Panel Discussion
B-EYE-Network - Boulder,CO,USA
Jeff Berenson will participate on a panel discussion at the upcoming Yankee Group IPTV Decision Summit. Jeff Berenson, a 25-year ...

Microsoft Courts Hollywood Allies
Los Angeles Times - CA,USA
... Media Center PCs. Gates' longer-term plan involves a technology known as IPTV, or Internet protocol television. With that, Microsoft ...

Tangling over TV
Orlando Sentinel - Orlando,FL,USA
... Internet protocol television, or IPTV, uses the technology that powers the Web to deliver video. BellSouth and the two largest of ...

July 16 Daily News
Saturday, 16 July 2005
 Hinditron-led consortium to bid for IPTV network projects, India - July 16, 2006
... Services Pvt Ltd. to provide telecom companies turnkey solutions for IPTV (Internet Protocol television). The consortium includes ...  

IPTV Services Make the Grade in Spain, UK, and Japan
Home Toys (press release), Canada - Jul 14, 2005
Dallas, Texas July 14, 2005 – Next-generation television offerings that focus on interactivity are likely to find widespread success in Spain, the UK, and .

BellSouth's Smith Details IPTV Plans
Light Reading - USA
BellSouth Corp. (NYSE: BLS - message board) CTO Bill Smith says his company hopes to trial its new IPTV service with hundreds of subscribers by the end of this ...

Texas Attempting to Kill IPTV
Friday, 15 July 2005
 During a special session ostensibly called to take care of pressing school and tax legislation, the Texas State Senate passed a hotly contested bill eliminating local franchise requirements for telcos to enter video markets – instead allowing for a single statewide franchise. The bill has pitted Verizon and SBC against cable operators that are fighting to delay the onslaught of IPTV in any way they can. Read More here
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