Monday, September 01, 2014

OTT devices could steal the show

Tving Stick “can be used for televisions or projectors in any area with good wireless access, like dormitories and condominiums, not to mention homes with wireless routers,” says Lee Jong-han, head of the technical department at Tving. “Terrestrial television channels can be received directly.” The OTT service pioneer is Google’s Chromecast, launched globally in July 2013. Parks Associates, a market research company, estimated 3.8 million Chromecast unites were sold worldwide last year. In Korea, Chromecast was released in May. Google Korea offers content from Tving and Hoppin, but users must pay a fee.

From the article "OTT devices could steal the show."


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