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Comparisons to iCrave miss global nature of new television portal says JumpTV.com

News | 10/04/2000 4:00 am EDT
The man behind JumpTV.com says failure to secure a copyright tariff for broadcasts in Canada won’t stop his company from launching an international service for live and recorded television. CEO Farrel Miller contends legal retaliation from U.S. broadcasters also isn’t an issue – as it was with Internet upstart iCraveTV.com – because Canadian broadcast signals won’t be available to web surfers across the border.

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