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SpeedCast launches NetTV today

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Leading broadband enabler SpeedCast launched NetTV today. The online multimedia service will serve the Pan-Asian region.



NetTV will offer subscribers more than 20 channels of streaming multimedia programs. The network delivers streaming multimedia content directly into ISP networks, solving the hassles of Internet congestion. NetTV brings content closer than ever before to the end-user, to enable subscribers to enjoy high quality streaming audio and video content directly from their PCs.



NetTV's browser combines video and audio content and offers data and search functions. There are four viewing modes: minimal, compact, standard and full screen display interfaces. NetTV will enable ISPs increase subscriber base, as well as generate new revenue streams. ISPs that have formed partnerships with Speedcast, have a wide selection of premium audio and video content that they can choose from the NetTV package.



NetTV is available for ISPs within the AsiaSat 3S satellite footprint that covers the entire Asia-Pacific region. The coverage area extends from Russia to New Zealand, Japan to India and Egypt. Based in Hong Kong, SpeedCast, which provides satellite based services throughout Asia, delivers the latest news, business, entertainment, lifestyle, cultural and sports content directly into ISP networks throughout Asia and the Middle East.



Deutsche Welle, Eurosportnews, Radio Free Virgin, Hownew's CCTV-4 channel, CETV and Asian News International (ANI) are the latest companies to partner SpeedCast. Its other partners include Bloomberg Television, Fashion TV and Channel NewsAsia. NetTV is the latest step in the company's bid to become the leading broadband Internet and multimedia service provider.



SpeedCast claims that NetTV has successfully aggregated world-class content providers to deliver branded audio, video and data content to qualified ISPs throughout the Asia Pacific and Middle East.

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