MyTVpal.com launches HD IPTV Streaming Video of Content originally filmed in IMAX® 15/70

MyTVpal STB

MyTVpal.com, the world’s first instant streaming 1080p PC player and Set Top Box (“STB”) video on demand (“VOD”) service will soon be showcasing or more specifically, streaming video of large format films originally filmed in an IMAX® 15/70 format, scoring an industry first, adding sixteen related 1080p high definition VOD movies to its roster of titles. Titles to be included
are Australia: Land Beyond Time, Amazing Journeys, Lost Worlds, and Africa: The Serengeti.

Using patent pending XMS streaming solution offered through MatrixStream Technology,Inc., MyTVpal.com ushers in the next level of Full HD (1920 x 1080) IP high definition performance via its MX-1 HD STB for TV.

A recent iSuppli Corp. report estimates worldwide IPTV subscriber totals to grow from approximately 3.9 million in 2006 to 103 million by 2011, and predicts IPTV subscription revenue will grow more over the same period from $960.5 million to $39.1 billion. MyTVpal.com’s brand of internet VOD streaming service is in position to capture sizable market share and can presently offer millions of broadband users worldwide an alternative to satellite or cable for viewing HD videos.

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MyTVpal.com officially launches broadband video on demand service for TV

MyTVPaL high definition

MyTVPal.com is ready to launch a new video on demand service for TV starting with “North America’s Best Independent Animated Shorts”. The 84 minute animated short compilation feature film will be made available free for a limited time via user paid targeted advertising starting on January 1st 2007.

MyTVPAL.com delivers DVD and HD quality streaming movies instantly on demand via a high definition IMX 1020 HD set top box directly to a television set. No downloading or PC is required in this process.

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MyTVPal.com – North America’s first 1080P High Definition IPTV Service

IMX1020 1080PMyTVPal.com, the world’s first 1080P high definition streaming Video on Demand (“VOD”) and IPTV service for PC Player and IPTV receiver set top box (STB) clients will be launching this week.

The service to start, will offer over 700 free IPTV channels from over 70 countries, including standard definition and high definition channels to any broadband user with 1.5mbps speed or higher. A wide range of video on demand titles will be offered for a low monthly cost in the months to come with new TV channels and VOD titles being added each month.

User uploaded content and DVR features will be available as a software upgrade for PC and STB clients in 2007. MyTVPal.com is planning to release 100,000 MatrixStream IPTV 1080p set top box (http://www.matrixstream.com/presskit.cfm) in the first year of launch.

The PC Player and STB also offers targeted advertising opportunities for those advertisers who are contracted with MyTVPal.com. MyTVPal.com is targeting 10 million users over the next 5 years and is currently making its PC Player available for a free trial for those that register at www.MyTVPal.com. MatrixStream Technologies, Inc., an IPTV end-to-end solution provider based in the San Francisco Bay Area, powers MyTVPal.com’s IPTV platform.

About MyTVPal.com

MyTVPal.com, operated by BB Entertainment Inc., is a leading edge content aggregator focused on IPTV platform with over 15,000 hours of content. MyTVpal.com mission is to create an enhanced television experience by delivering high quality video entertainment with video quality that meet or exceed the quality of satellite or cable over the broadband network.

About MatrixStream

MatrixStream Technologies, Inc. offers a complete end-to-end VOD and IPTV platform solution, utilizing patent pending MatrixCast technology that delivers DVD and HDTV quality videos over any broadband IP network to the viewing audience. Currently, MatrixStream is working with 25 major broadband service providers around the world. For more information please visit www.matrixstream.com.

Apple video streaming box

Apple video streaming box

Apple is going to release iTV – a wireless video streaming set-top box in Q1 2007. It’s around half the Mac Mini height and features a built-in power supply, USB 2.0, Ethernet, 802.11 “wireless component video”, optical audio and HDMI ports, plus regular ol’ RCA stereo audio ports.

iTV will support a standart Apple remote and come with an updated version of the Front Row interface.

The iTV will half the Mac Mini height and its price’ll also half of the Mac Mini price – $299.

[via Engadget]

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