The whole TV industry is witnessing a massive paradigm shift in how viewers consume content and how they are becoming less reliant on traditional fixed schedules
Cambridge, UK (PRWEB) May 29, 2008
Velocix, provider of the world's leading Digital Asset Delivery Network, today announced that Telecinco, Spain's number one TV station, is utilizing the company's digital delivery services for their recently launched MiTele Internet TV offering. MiTele allows online viewers to catch up on their favorite Telecinco TV programs after they have aired.
"The whole TV industry is witnessing a massive paradigm shift in how viewers consume content and how they are becoming less reliant on traditional fixed schedules," said Chema Bautista, head of Multiplatform at Telecinco. "Partnering with Velocix for our MiTele service is critical to achieving our goal of remaining the number one Spanish TV station, whilst adopting an on-demand solution for our 'TV 2.0' revolution."
"We're delighted to add the leading national TV broadcaster in Spain to our growing list of customers," said Phill Robinson, CEO at Velocix. "With the Velocix Digital Asset Delivery Network powering their MiTele service, Telecinco is able to provide its growing online audience with a high quality and compelling viewing experience."
Velocix offers the broadest and most innovative range of digital delivery services available today. The Velocix network provides an Internet fast lane for delivery of large digital assets like video, music, software and games. This means that high quality streamed video plays uninterrupted from start to finish and file downloads complete without failure in a fraction of the time.
Velocix provides the world's leading Digital Asset Delivery Network, a new generation Content Delivery Network (CDN) designed to meet the rich media needs of the 21st century Internet.
Owners of large digital assets -- including video, software, games and audio -- rely on Velocix to provide unparalleled quality of service and global on-line delivery performance, with affordable economics. Velocix does all this whilst also providing new levels of control over the global digital distribution chain. Velocix was formerly known as CacheLogic. For more information, visit http://www.velocix.com.
Since 2004, Telecinco has been Spain's most popular TV channel and is one of Europe's most profitable television companies. Telecinco offers a high quality blend of locally-produced and leading international content with popular live shows, quiz shows and the Formula 1 Championship broadcasts heading up an impressive line-up that combines both information and entertainment programming. Telecinco is backed by Mediaset (50,1%), Vocento (13%) and free float (36,9%).
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