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Apple iPad TV and Video News Round-Up

--Brightcove, CBS, Discovery, Disney, Howcast, Jackson Fish Market, MTV, NBA, NBC, Netflix, The Weather Channel, Ustream, Yahoo!, and More
Here is a round-up of recent announcements and news related to the Apple iPad which [itvt] readers might find of interest: Apple has published a list of Web sites that offer iPad-compatible video. The sites include CNN.com, Reuters.com, Vimeo.com, TED.com, MLB.com and NHL.com, among others. Spin Media has announced that it will use Brightcove's new Brightcove Experience for HTML5 solution to deliver video to the iPad, as well as to the Apple iPhone and iPod...

Rogers Taps Brightcove, Endeca to Power Redesigned Version of its "Citytv Video Theatre" Web Site

--Brightcove: Rival Ooyala "Crossed an Ethical Line that Could Have Harmed Customers and the Industry"
--More Broadband Video Platform Providers Announce iPad/HTML5 Support
--Hulu May Test Subscription-Based Service with New iPad App
Broadband video platform provider, Brightcove , said Wednesday that it has been tapped by Rogers Digital Media to power a redesigned version of the latter's " Citytv Video Theatre " Web site ( http://video.citytv.com ). The revamped site--which offers locally produced programming from Citytv itself, as well as full-length episodes of such shows as "30 Rock," "The Bachelor" and "The Biggest Loser"--also features technology from Endeca Technologies which has been integrated with the Brightcove platform...

In Time for Apple iPad Launch, Brightcove and Ooyala Launch HTML5 Video Solutions

--CBS Reported to Be Working to Ensure its Online Video Offerings Support HTML5/iPad
In time for the April 3rd launch of the Apple iPad, broadband video platform providers, Brightcove and Ooyala , have both announced HTML5-based solutions that support delivery of online video to the new tablet device.

Brightcove bills its solution, dubbed the Brightcove Experience for HTML5 and announced today (Monday), as a framework for publishing and delivering "high-quality interactive and advertising-supported Web video experiences for HTML5-compatible devices." The company says that it is...

MLB.TV to Be Available on Apple's New iPad, Other Portable Devices

MLB.com , the digital arm of Major League Baseball , announced Wednesday that, starting with the 2010 season, its subscription-based, live streaming-enabled broadband video service, MLB.TV, will for the first time offer portability. According to the company, subscribers to the service will be able to access a complete season of 2,430 games on a range of portable interactive platforms, including the new Apple iPad and the MLB.com At Bat 2010 app for iPhone/iPod touch. The...

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