TiVo to offer iFilm content

Graser, Marc
April 2000
Daily Variety;04/19/2000, Vol. 267 Issue 34, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on TiVo Inc.'s signing of a deal with iFilm Corp. to broadcast Web content through its digital video recorders. Terms of the agreement; Notable titles in iFilm's archive; TiVo's talks with other Internet broadcasters to offer similar channels.


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