Why IPTV is struggling to deliver on its promise

Murphy, James
September 2006
Media: Asia's Media & Marketing Newspaper;9/8/2006, p15
The article discusses the future of Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) in the Asian broadcasting industry. IPTV is a broadband delivery channel that offers digital content either through streaming or on-demand, along with interactive elements including multimedia file sharing. It has been revealed that Hong Kong, China-based telecommunications company PCCW Ltd. has emerged as the world's leading IPTV operator through its Now TV service.


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