List of Global IPTV Providers

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Adam Internet FetchTV Australia
AdNet Telecom AdNet TV Romania
Allo Communications Fiber TV USA
Alpha Networks Billi IPTV Belgium
Arkwest Communications Arkwest TV United States
Astro Astro B.yond IPTV
AT&T Uverse USA
BCE Fibe TV Canada
Beeline Beeline TV Russia
Belgacom Belgacom TV Belgium
Bell Aliant Bell Aliant TV Canada
Bezeq Reported to be in testing Israel
BH Telecom Moja TV Bosnia
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. (BSNL) MyWay IPTV India
Bharti Airtel AirTel Digital TV India
Bouygues Telecom Bbox IPTV France
Brasil Telecom Videon Brazil
British Telecom BT Vision UK
Cablevision Optimum Link USA
Canby Telcom Canby Telecom Digital TV United States
CC Communications CC Communications Digital TV United States
CCTV China Network Television China
Century Link Prism IPTV USA
Chillicothe Telephone Horizon Digital Cable United States
China Digital TV CANTV (Venezuela) China
China Telecom China Telecom IPTV China
Chunghwa Telecom Multimedia on Demand Taiwan
Cimarron Telephone Co. CATV USA
Cinergy Metronet Cinergy USA
Citizens Telephone Coop TV Citizens IPTV United States
Claro TV Claro TV Dominican Republic
Com Hem Com Hem TV Sweden
Comcast Xfinity USA
Consolidated Communications Consolidated Communications TV United States
Crnogorski Telekom Extra TV Montenegro
Deutsche Telecom T-Home Germany
Eircom Prepping for 2012 launch Ireland
Elion NutiTV Estonia
Elisa Viihde Finland
EPB Fiber Optics Fi TV USA
ETB Direct TV Columbia
Etisalat E-vision IPTV UAE
France Telecom (Orange) Orange TV France
Free ISP Freebox TV Service France
Freesat Freesat United Kingdom
Farmers Telephone Cooperative FTC Vision USA
GTA TeleGuam GUdTV Guam
Guangzhou Digital Media Group Zhujiang Digital China
GVT Scheduled to launch in Q4 of 2011 Brazil
Hancock Telecom HTV Service NineStar Connect Htv United States
HanseNet Alice TV Germany
Hellas Online Hol tv Greece
Hong Kong Broadband Network Ltd. bbtv China
iiiNet FetchTV Australia
Illiad Free IPTV France
Inuk Networks Freewire TV United Kingdom
Jazztel Jazztelia TV Spain
KDDI au one net Japan
KT (Korea Telecom) QOOK Korea
KPN KPN Mine TV Netherlands
KT Olleh TV Korea
Lattelecom Interactive TV Latvia
Liberty Global Prepping OTT / IPTV service
LUS Fiber LUS Fiber USA
Lyse Energi Altibox Norway
M Tel (Bosnia) Open IPTV Bosnia
M-Tel (Bulgaria) Quarto Bulgaria
Magnet Networks Magnet WebTV Ireland
Magyar Telekom MaxTV Hungary
Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd. (MTNL) TRI-BAND Delhi
Manitoba Telecom MTS TV Manitoba
Maroc Telecom IPTV by Maroc Morocco
Maxcom Web TV Mexico
MegaFon Prepping IPTV service Russia
Monroe Telephone Digital Television United States
Movistar Chile Digital TV Chile
MTS Stream TV Russia
MTS Allstream MTS Ultimate TV Manitoba
Multimedia Polska Digital TV Poland
Telecom Malaysia HyppTV Malaysia
Neuf Cegetel neuf TV France
Ntelos Video Box Office USA
NTT Hikari TV Japan
Oi IPTV Brazil
On Telecoms Nova IPTV Greece
Optima Telekom OptiTV Croatia
Orascom Telecom IPTV Egypt
OTE Conn-X TV Greece
P&T Luxembourg la Télé des P&T Luxembourg
Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited Pakistan
PCCW Now TV China
Pioneer Telephone Digital TV Digital TV United States
PLDT Watchpad Phillipines
PMT PMT TV United States
Portugal Telecom Meo Portugal
PT Telkom Indonesia TelkomVision Indonesia
PTCI Digital Interactive Television (DITV) United States
Qatar Telecom (Qtel) Mozaic TV Qatar
Reliance Communications Reliance Digital TV India
Ringgold Telephone Dish Network United States
Rogers On Demand Online Canada
Romtelecom Dolce Interactive Romania
Sagem Communication MaLigne TV France
SaskTel Max Canada
SFR Neufbox TV France
Shanghai Telecom China
SingTel MioTV Singapore
SK Telecom SK IPTV Korea
Slovak Telekom Magio TV Slovakia
Smart Digivision MyWay IPTV India
STC (Saudi Telecom Company) InVision Saudi Arabia
Stofa WebTV Denmark
SureWest Advanced Digital TV United States
Svyazinvest Advanced Guard TV Russia
Swisscom Swisscom TV Switzerland
T-Com Extra TV Russia
T-Hrvatski Telekom MAXtv Croatia
TalkTalk TalkTalk TV UK
tbaytel Tbaytel’s Digital TV Canada
TDC YouSee Denmark
Tele 2 Tele2 IPTV Netherlands
Tele Austria aonDigital Austria
Telecom Italia Cubovision & Alice Home TV Italy
Telecom Malaysia HyppTV Malaysia
Telefonia DIALOG Digital TV Poland
Telefonica Imagenio Spain
Telefonica del Sur (Telsur) Digital TV Chile
Telefonica O2 (HanseNet) Alice homeTV Germany
Telekom Austria aonDigital IPTV AONtv Austria
Telekom Slovenije SiOL TV Slovenia
Telekom Srbija Open ITV Serbia
Telenor Telenor IPTV Norway
TeliaSonera Telia IPTV Sweden
Telstra Big Pond Australia
Telus Optik TV Canada
TEO LT Interactive GALA Lithuania
TPG TPG IPTV Australia
TransACT TransACT TV Australia
Turk Telekom Tivibu Web Turkey
UNE-EPM Orca Interactive Columbia
UPC Ireland DigitalTV Ireland
Vario Vario TV Switzerland
Verizon Fios USA
Vernon Telephone IPTV VC Television United States
Vietnam Post and Telecommunications Group MyTV Vietnam
VimpelCom Beeline TV Russia
Virgin Media Virgin IPTV UK
Vivacom Vivacom TV Bulgaria
Vodafone Vodafone Internet TV UK
Westnet Fetchtv Australia
Wind / Infostrada Infostrada IPTV Italy

Smart TV’s Not Fully Utilized

Smart TVs are growing, but many U.S. consumer are not using the TV units to their fullest  potential. There are 25 million U.S. smart TV homes out of some 114 million TV homes, But only about  half or 12 million are Internet-connected and not using the new television  sets’ fullest capabilities. 50% ratio of smart TVs to actual  Internet-connected smart TVs has held steady since the debut of smart TVs in the  latter part of the last decade.


How To Monetize Free

The global economic crunch seems to have really jolted the internet landscape. A couple months ago, Rupert Murdoch of Newscorp announced that the era of the free news delivery is coming to an end. And “news” is nothing more than a simplified way of saying “information that shapes our world”. With the Internet being little more than a platform for information that shapes our world, the implication here is that the days of the free internet are soon coming to an end. And thats a pretty big statement.

Should You Use Videos On Your Homepage?

Online video is a compelling way to draw and maintain traffic to your website. The social aspects allowing others to copy and paste the video into their own websites or blogs using the embedding code can dramatically increase the viewing of the video, and possibly garner greater traffic to your website.

Implementing videos needs to be done carefully however, as to not turn away clients, here are some things to consider when using videos on your homepage:

First, focus on the quality of the content over the quality of production. The messaging is most important. This video is your opportunity to connect with your audience, so the majority of time spent on creating the video should be put into what it is you are communicating. Certainly, it helps to have full HD, professional sound, lighting, acting, etc.. but always keep in mind that it’s the quality of the messaging that matters most.

Second and perhaps most important, is the length of time of your video. Keep in mind, this video is on your homepage, and not deep into your website, so most likely, these will be first time initial visitors to your website. You don’t want to scare them away, so keep the video short, sweet and to the point.

You might be intersted in knowing what the average visitors attention span is when watching online videos. It turns out that nearly 90% of visitors will only watch about 10 seconds worth of the video.  Approximately 46% of your audience wil stick around for the full minute, and only 10% will stay to watch 5 minutes worth of your video. So make it impracting

Lastly, when deciding what type of video to serve up, you need to weigh several factors, perhaps the most overlooked is the questions of, who is delivering the messaging. Is it authoritarian, such as a newscaster, a business professional, an authority figure who is giving you advice. Or is it more personal, and social in nature, like the spokesperson could be a friend or spouse. Research the demographics you want to target, and make sure you have the right spokesperson speaking to the right audience.

According to a 2010 AffStat Report, approximately 30% of affiliate marketers reported that they would be integrating video into their affiliate marketing plans. As creating and editing videos becomes easier, we would expect to see this number grow.


Arabic SEO – SEM Services With Dubai First SEO

Perhaps the only thing changing faster than the landscape of Dubai is the Internet itself. Dubai is one of the seven Emirates comprising the UAE, United Arab Emirates. As an oil rich region, Dubai is one of the fastest growing areas on the planet, an ever changing coastal town positioning itself to be the major travel, business and tourism hub of the Middle East, just like Singapore is to South East Asia.
Situated in Dubai is a leading search engine optimization and marketing firm called Dubai First SEO, who help clients of all sizes get their website businesses discovered online, in Dubai, and in Arabic language.
Much like Dubai, the internet is an ever-changing landscape. New techniques and practices are called for to get a website business discovered online. Dubai First SEO provides those services. From assisting in getting your website recognized on, the UAE version of Google, to getting your website localized into Arabic, or Persian, Farsi, and getting listed on achieving strong SEO rank order for Farsi language in Iran, Dubai First SEO should be your first choice.

We at Quarkis sift through the world’s top SEO and SEM providers worldwide, continually searching out the top professionals with the most domain expertise in their field. We are therefore pleased to announce that we will be in exclusive partnership with Dubai First, to handle all of our Arabic, Persian, Farsi SEO and SEM services. We are certainly you will be satisified with the results they can produce for you also.

Demand For Dynamic Ad Insertion

Video on Demand (VOD) utilizes technology available by a plethora of vendors from very large, such as Comcast, to the more botique operators such as Sunflower Broadband. And the industry will soon be reaching its first decade of implementation.

A key component to succesful VOD implementation lies in the ad management software, which allows for the most relevant ads given the broadcasted content. One such company, Black Arrow, produces such software, and is working with Comcast to bring it’s VOD ad insertion capabilities to use, they are currently in pilot trial rolling this functionality out throughout Jacksonville Florida.

With VOD availability growing and viewship expanding rapidly, there’s many advertisers lined up to take advantage of dynamic ad insertion (DIA). In fact, Sunflower says they routinely run out of ad inventory well in advance to the VOD deployment. Furthermore, they are able to charge roughly 10 to 50 times higher CPM’s than traditional linear TV ad formats.

The business model problem seems to kick in when the MSO is much larger and national ad dollars are on the line. In those situations, the problem is that there’s an ongoing argument about who gets the money for the ad placement.

There’s a relatively fixed number of ad spots (aka “avails”) in each program, usually fixed at 30 or 60 seconds. Programmers keep most of the avails in their programs, which they typically sell to national advertisers. The remaining slots go to the distributor / broadcast station or pay-TV system operator, which typically sells to local advertisers.
The question is now that we have addressable dynamic advertising in VOD, what’s it worth?” said Nick Troiano, president of BlackArrow. “TV is a broad-reach play; you reach 10, 15, 50 million. The issue is scarcity ” there are only so many slots at 9 p.m. on CBS. The challenge of online video is there’s no such thing as scarcity. VOD is a commingling of the two.

The entertainment industry has come to an uneasy accommodation when it comes to measuring audiences, with everyone agreeing to abide by allowing companies like Nielsen to aggregate viewing statistics for the initial showing of a network program, plus on-demand viewing during the subsequent three days and the shorthand for that measurement window is C3.

The value of advertising in C3 is well established, Troiano noted. “But what about after that, C4 through C7? We think that’s a unique advertising window for those who couldn’t afford $900,000 at 9 p.m. against “Heroes.”

Another issue is that there may be any number of avails; the length of the spots could be variable, and they have different levels of effectiveness under different circumstances.

For example, ads placed before the beginning of the requested program (a pre-roll) or in the middle (a mid) tend to be seen by significantly more people than those placed at the end (a post-roll), which tend to be skipped more frequently. But if an ad at the end is watched, it has attracted the attention of the viewer, and thus might be considered more effective.

All of which begs a ton of questions. Who gets to sell the avail, or avails? How much are they worth? If there’s a split on multiple avails, or a split on revenue generated, what’s the split?

“In North America, pre-rolls and postrolls and mids may have different ownership,” explained Malcolm Stanley, director of advertising product management at SeaChange. “The valuation of that, that’s what the discussion is all about.”

Another factor is that MSOs are understandably taking the position that since they are investing money to create the ability to dynamically insert ads in VOD streams, creating ad avails where none had previously existed, they ought to get paid more for those spots. Content owners apparently aren’t ready to concede that point.

With neither side backing down, the result is a standoff, meaning few largewww. CEDmagazine.comjune2010 25 scale rollouts of dynamic ad insertion in VOD until those issues get resolved.

The exception is Virgin Media in the U.K., where many of those issues have already been hashed out.


Yandex Able To Filter Foreign Content

“Yandex” is an acronym for the phrase “Yet Another Indexer.” and is the leading search engine in Russia. Their search engine automatically searches all possible forms of a given word, takes into account the distance between the searched words within sentences and paragraphs, and searches documents in the major Cyrillic languages — Russian, Ukrainian and Belorussian — as well as in English, French, and German.

As of August 2008 Yandex had approximately 55% of the Russian search market, compared to Google’s 21%.  Yandex now allows visitors to limit searches to only foreign websites, meaning non-Russian websites.  This global search is also available at the company’s experimental portal launched for testing new search algorithms.

Failblog Soon To Fail

Another dissapointment is A once funny and quick moving site is now painful to puruse. They should be paying US to surf through their website full of endless ads, popups and video ads. It seems suddenly that popup ads are making their way back, and many successful website businesses have found it acceptable once again to employ this tactic. I believe has hit their high water mark here with 750k visitors a day. Goodbye FailBlog, it was nice knowing you.


I was cheering on for quite some time now. They were the underdogs to Facebook and Myspace, but have a very strong presence in Thailand. I liked their colorful interface and a lot of the features and tools they employed, which made it easy to interact with others and find new friends.

But now, they’ve destroyed their website by loading it with popup ads and self-running video ads. 2 minutes on the site feels like sitting through an infomercial for 30 minutes.

Their traffic has fallen from 8 to 6 million visitors daily, and I expect this number will continue to decline as long as they continue pushing ads in their members faces. Bye Bye, it was nice knowing you.