Rovi Powers New Online Video Service From China

December 2011
Telephone IP News;Dec2011, Vol. 22 Issue 12, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the collaboration of Santa Clara, California-based Rovi Corp. and Mei Ah Digital Technology Ltd. to launch the Chinese online Video-On-Demand service called BOYABO. The movie titles included in the service is available for digital distribution by Mei Ah Entertainment Group. Mei Ah Digital emphasizes that Rovi supports its effort to address the demand for digital access to Chinese and Hollywood entertainment. The launch of the service is a key milestone for Rovi.


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