TVN sale

International Datacasting Corporation’s satellite receivers are chosen by Burbank, Calif.-based TVN Entertainment Corporation for its growing video-on-demand business. The Ottawa firm says that the world’s largest television on-demand company has placed an initial order for IDC’s IP encapsulators and SFX3100 satellite International%20Broadcasting%20Logo.jpgreceivers because of several advantages, including “seamless integration with TVN’s existing encryption and Adoniss asset management system.” IDC is withholding financial terms of the deal for competitive reasons. “It is exciting to be a part of the growing IPTV and VOD markets,” says Ron Clifton, president and CEO. “As content becomes more ubiquitous and delivered in more flexible, on-demand ways, our products continue to be selected for the demanding and high-speed applications needed for consistent and reliable delivery of content. We are extremely proud to be associated with TVN and its prestigious roster of clients.” TVN’s original on-demand programming and networks are accessed by every major studio, network, and telecommunications video provider in North America, according to IDC.

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