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Chinese net streaming station KyLinTV starts airing in the US

MUMBAI: A couple of days ago Chinese television service which uses the internet to stream information KyLinTV celebrated its successful launch.

KyLinTV aims to bring the best of Chinese broadcast TV channels and Video on Demand (VOD) -- over 15,000 hours of entertainment -- into Chinese homes across North America (an estimated 3 million households).

 

 

KyLinTV COO Nancy Li says, "KyLinTV is a whole new way of delivering entertainment and is the way of the future. We have put together the best of Chinese broadcast television, the most popular movies, dramas and a wide range of Video on Demand that you cannot find anywhere else outside of China. KyLinTV initial subscribers have been impressed with the

depth of programming offered by our service and our ability to bring the very best and latest in Chinese content".

Through the use of Internet Protocol Television (IPTV), KyLinTV brings broadcast channels from China's CCTV, the latest in movies, dramas and other entertainment in real time. KyLinTV's patent pending video Codec and streaming technology delivers high quality video to the television using existing Home DSL or Cable broadband. KyLinTV's set-top-box supports wireless home networks and has built-in security to protect against unauthourised use of the content. KyLinTV claims that it is easy to install and simple to use.

 

 

With the KyLinTV service, subscribers receive more than 300 hours of new content every week including the Top 10 movies and TV dramas from China.Health Today is one of the companies that is ditrbuti9ng the service. The company's president Yang Chen says, "The best part about KyLinTV is the convenience. With VOD I watch what I want when I want. So I never worry about missing a programme. I can also select from KyLinTV's large library of Chinese content and just click and watch. This is so much better than running to the store or ordering DVDs online."

KyLinTV also comes with other features like quick search and bookmark. KyLinTV service is available everywhere.Based in Plainview, New York, KyLinTV comes to the marketplace through the stewardship of two key investors, Computer Associates founder Charles B. Wang, and Cablevision founder Charles Dolan. Production and content is made possible through a technology partnership with Beijing based TransVideo.

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