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While placeshifting is more beneficial to the broadcaster--commercials and programming are viewed the way the broadcaster and advertisers requested--some content owners have objected to placeshifting because it (potentially) infringes on agreements that have nothing to do with broadcasting.
Ignore for a moment the fact that WTBS, the Atlanta TV station owned by Ted Turner's company that later became know as "the Superstation," began placeshifting when it went national on cable and satellite almost 20 years ago and boosted the Atlanta Braves to national prominence.
(109) Currently, Sling Media uses the term "placeshifting" to refer to Slingbox's ability to shift live content from a cable television box to an internet-enabled device such as a laptop or mobile phone.
According to ARRIS, this agreement positions it as the premier source of placeshifting multiscreen solutions for global service providers.
Sling Media is the provider of video placeshifting products and services for consumers and television service providers.
(NASDAQ: SATS) subsidiary Sling Media has introducedx new Slingbox platform developments designed to enhance the TV-viewing experience for customers who own the recently released Slingbox 500 and Slingbox 350 placeshifting devices.
Provider of video placeshifting products and services Sling Media Inc, a subsidiary of EchoStar Corporation (Nasdaq:SATS), said on Friday that Bell TV will license SlingGuide, Sling Media's search technology designed specifically for a television service provider.
The product is an ultra-slim device, which adds placeshifting capability to set-top boxes.