Enter the era of IPTV

Television in the old daysIn the past, TV was primarily distributed by a terrestrial system – cable or satellite. With the increasing reach of internet, high bandwidth availability coupled with the decrease of connection costs; it has become very common for television content to be broadcast over the internet.

The American Broadcasting Company (ABC) now called World News, in 1994 was the first television channel to stream over the internet, using a software developed by Tim Dorcey at Cornell University. The internet television use the connection of the internet to deliver video from a source to a target device.

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Get your Joost Invites today

I’ve invited all those who commented on my Joost Invite article. As Joost is giving out unlimited invites before their launch, I’d be able to invite all of you. So, if you haven’t got your Joost yet, comment here or anywhere else and I’ll send an invite over to you.

Joost is a new way of watching TV on the internet, which uses new and established technologies to provide the best of both the internet and TV worlds – with programs, channels and adverts. Joost uses secure peer-to-peer technology to stream programs to your computer. Unlike other TV and video-based web applications, it does not require users to download any files to their computers or browse through complicated websites.

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Joost

Thanks to Peter Elst for the Joost invitation. I would like to extend the goodwill by giving out the invites I have currently.

Joost is a new way of watching TV on the internet, which uses new and established technologies to provide the best of both the internet and TV worlds – with programs, channels and adverts. Joost uses secure peer-to-peer technology to stream programs to your computer. Unlike other TV and video-based web applications, it does not require users to download any files to their computers or browse through complicated websites.