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- ITV clicking with viewers. Clarke, Steve // Daily Variety;6/23/2008, Vol. 299 Issue 55, p10
The article reports on the increase in the Internet activities at ITV.com in Great Britain. The company discloses that it is enjoying a fourfold increase in the use of its "catch-up" service, which allows viewers to watch television shows they've missed. Specifically, the site is garnering an...
- Accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative. Hopkinson, Andy // Children & Young People Now (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd;3/26/2009, p31
In this article the author discusses the feature of online Positive TV. According to information found in its web site, Positive TV was created to discover positive news from England and to focus on inspiring people, events, businesses, and organizations that create positive change and real...
- WNBC, LX.com Marry TV, Web Videos. Whitney, Daisy // Television Week;5/7/2007, Vol. 26 Issue 19, p14
The article reports on the partnership between WNBC-TV and the online video site LX.com in the effort of marrying television (TV) and the Web. The show called "LX.com: 1st Look New York" was aired in September 2007 which was drawn heavily from Web videos of LX about the things going on in New...
- Horse and Country TV expands reach via Sky Channel launch. // New Media Age;5/17/2007, p12
The article discusses the launching of a dedicated Sky Channel by Horse and Country TV (HCTV) on July 2, 2007. The rural Web site that produces purely rural and equestrian programmes launched its online television service in September 2006. The company is expanding its reach beyond the Internet...
- Online 'Liz' viewing leaves critic cranky. Lowry, Brian // Daily Variety;11/16/2012, Vol. 317 Issue 35, p8
In this article the author focuses on online viewing of television programs.
- CHINA EXTENDS BAN ON FOREIGN TOONS. Coonan, Cliford // Daily Variety;2/22/2008, Vol. 298 Issue 34, p6
The article reports that the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television is beefing up its campaign to protect domestic product by extending its primetime ban on foreign cartoons by an hour in China. They also demand that local television stations get the censor's approval before showing...
- Time to move over. Mickey. Schwankert, Steven // Variety;1/17/2005, Vol. 397 Issue 9, p24
Reports that the Chinese State Administration of Radio, Film and Television is seeking nominations from municipal and provincial broadcasters for locally produced animated programs to reduce dependence on foreign cartoons on local television. Requirements for the nomination.
- Turbocharging Web Video. Umstead, R. Thomas // Multichannel News;7/11/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 28, p12
Presents information on Web sites TurboNick of Nickelodeon and VSpot of VH1. Features of the sites; Reason of Nickelodeon for investing in Web casting; Purpose of VSpot; Categories of TurboNick and VSpot.
- SIVOO TO ADD HINDI-LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING ON WEB SITE. // Online Product News;Nov2006, p8
The article reports on the launch of a redesigned web site for Sivooï¿½ by BroadRelay Holdings. The company is said to be the first Internet television network and a leader in multicultural on-demand entertainment programming. Features added to the site include enhanced functionality. Sivoo...