HDTV Startup Is Eyeing the Skies

November 2007
Multichannel News;11/19/2007, Vol. 27 Issue 46, p10
The article reports that startup XstreamHD has developed technology to deliver high-definition movies on demand over satellite links. XstreamHD claims that these movies are of better quality than high definition television services from any cable, direct-broadcast satellite or telephone operator. Corporate President George Gonzalez says his company is not prepared to divulge its service-provider partner, which he claims will roll out a consumer offering in the third quarter of 2008.


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