Jun. 16, 2008

Welcome Summer - Let the Party Begin!

Despite the rainy and cold weather we have had this Spring in Seattle, it seams the heat wave has really hit the east coast. And with the temperature rising, so are the tempers. I am talking about the cable MSO's tempers. It seems that they have gotten vocal about cable TV networks taking their content online. An article today in Advertising Age quotes Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt as saying "Guess What? We do mind" in response to a question regarding cable TV networks taking their content online for full-length web streaming. Apparently, Time Warner Cable even went so far as to threaten withholding subscriber revenue from Cable TV Networks that publish their content online.  MSO vs. Cable TV Network -- who are you betting on?

ShareThis

Top FAQs

What is PlayOn?
PlayOn is software that you install on your Windows PC. It allows you to use your Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Roku, iPhone, Android phone or another supported device to access movies and shows from content providers like Hulu, Netflix, Comedy Central, CBS, YouTube, MLB.tv, your personal media, and many more. PlayOn is both browser and media server software, built into one. It browses content from various online providers, and displays that content directly on your TV, iPhone or Android phone.
How does it work?
PlayOn runs in the background on your PC over your home network. It uses standards called UPnP and DLNA to communicate with networked gaming consoles,TVs, and mobile phones working both as an internet browser to access online media and as a UPnP media server to serve videos to UPnP compliant devices. Learn more
How can I buy PlayOn?
Simply visit our buy page for our current pricing.