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The evolution of Internet rebroadcasting: part one of a two-part series

News | 11/22/2006 5:00 am EST

Learning from the lessons of iCraveTV, today’s Internet rebroadcasters are clearing rights with program providers and becoming a force to be reckoned with. In this, the first part of her piece, Norma Reveler looks at JumpTV Inc.’s market strategy. The second part of this story will focus on Planetvu, which – like JumpTV – has hitherto focused on bringing international third-language broadcasters to Canadians via the Internet.

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