The downside of Telly 2.0 services like Joost and VeohTV are that you have to download a new application for each of them, clogging up your PC if you’re the kind of channel-surfing ho’ who wants to use all three. Someone’s hacked together an AJAX version of Joost, but it’s early days.
Stuart Dredge writes… On British TV, a million viewers isn’t anything to shout about unless you’re a niche digital channel. But online, news that Telly 2.0 service Joost has signed up over a million users will be greeted by cheers….
Stuart Dredge writes… Online TV firm Joost is doubtless proud of its deal with Viacom to stream new VH1 sitcom 'I Hate My 30s' ten days before it premieres on VH1's actual TV channel. And it's true that every deal…
Everyone’s rediscovering their love of all things Autobot and Decepticon, what with the success of the thankfully-better-than-expected new Transformers film. And the online TV market isn’t immune from the charms of Optimus Prime either.
Andy actually wrote about Vuze back in December, when it was known as Zudeo. Created by file-sharing company Azureus, it could be loosely described as a high-definition YouTube. Well, in that it lets you search for and watch high-definition films and videos, as well as standard-definition stuff.
Just a couple of days ago I was writing about how online TV is set to explode in the next six months, thanks to firms like Joost and Babelgum. Now another startup has joined the fray: Veoh Networks. It launched its VeohTV service today, in beta naturally.