LiveStation: watch your TV stations live over internet

9 July 2007 By Shashank

Video: LiveStation Demo

High Quality television programmes could soon become a reality as SkinKers a London based company with the help of Microsoft Silverlight and P2P content streaming technology will be releasing live TV service where users can watch streaming live TV channels over the internet with the help of P2P protocol ,The new service will be cost effective and will reach a large no of audiences with minimal cost .Watch the demo of the service in the video above in Soapbox.
The private beta of the Livestation service is undergoing presently and the company said it would continue it beta testing for a few more months before releasing it for public in the first half of 2008.

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CristianR says:

Cool idea ! Hope that we will get something like this in our country as well

kuanhoong says:

So far I tested three online television applications, Joost, BabelGum and VeohTV.

I am quite impressed with Joost.

Hopefully, LiveStation will open for beta testing soon.

Shashank says:

The service is internet based so it will be available everywhere i think.
They are not going to release it for public yet expect the public beta release in early 2008.

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