Collegeville, PA (PRWEB) February 6, 2006
iNetVOD, the Internet-based video-on-demand (VOD) software company is offering it’s iNetVOD Service to Internet-based video content providers to utilize it’s platform to offer free and fee-based content to TV viewers. The iNetVOD Service will connect media player devices such as Windows Media Center Edition enabled computers and TVs and eventually, advanced media player devices such as networked DVD players and game consoles, to communicate directly with Internet-based VOD content providers through the computer or TV. This enables viewers to locate and access Internet-based VOD content from the comfort of their living rooms by simply using their television remotes.
”iNetVOD has developed an open marketplace for delivery of Internet-based VOD content. Utilizing the iNetVOD menu of available content, TV viewers will be able to easily search, locate and order the content of their choice directly from content providers. iNetVOD invites all Internet-based content providers to contact us at our website to find out more information and learn how to expand their distribution. It is very important to iNetVOD that content providers continue to have a direct relationship with their customer base and view iNetVOD as another viable distribution channel,” said Larry Fyock, CEO of iNetVOD.
iNetVOD also has ongoing discussions with many network enabled media player device manufacturers that make networked DVD players, game consoles and other devices. Once completed, these devices will house iNetVOD’s software to enable delivery of the Internet-based content.
iNetVOD provides a video-on-demand open marketplace service for bringing together Internet-based VOD content providers with network-enabled consumer electronic and media player devices that are attached to consumers' television sets. This would include devices such as networked DVD players, specialized media player devices, gaming consoles, set-top boxes, personal computers, etc. iNetVOD does not provide its own video-on-demand content nor does it build or manufacture its own media player device. Instead, iNetVOD has created an open standard for connecting these existing media player devices with Internet-based video content. This integration helps consumers locate and access Internet-based VOD content using their television remotes. More information can be found at http://www.inetvod.com.
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