MovieBeam is back

April 2006
CED;Apr2006, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that Walt Disney Co. has released a new version of MovieBeam, a service which uses broadcast spectrum to deliver movies to special set-tops outfitted with hard drives. The new version will continue to stock movies and other content. It will also support select titles in high-definition television format. Intel Capital and Cisco Systems Inc. are the investors supporting MovieBeam.


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