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Video Programs
 

itvworld offers hundreds of video shows in low or high bandwidth versions to any client who benefits from controlling great content. Interested customers for this service may be:

  • a Web site operator seeking more traffic,
  • an ADSL video on demand aggregator wanting to populate themed video channels,
  • a video-capable cell-phone operator seeking more subscribers and differentiators,
  • a wireless hot spot operator wanting to offer something beyond coffee
  • a broadband telco wanting to create a loyal community of subscribers and cut churn.

Our full catalogue of available video© can be explored in this index which provides a synopsis of the content and the filename. Licences can be purchased at the rate of:

  • US$80/show to stream off your Web site for one year in the broadband version; and
  • US$70 for the narrowband version of that show, or
  • US$90 for both versions for a year.

Special rates can be negotiated for bulk video licensing.

Shows can be created afresh to spec or taking existing content as their base for repurposing. Advertising and sponsorship can be inserted as desired.
For enquiries call Jason Romney, 0448 211449.


 

Sneak Peek
Featuring interviews with the hottest stars and directors. Sneak Peek previews the latest mainstream film and TV releases. The program takes you inside movie magic for an original, boisterously funny journey.


Game On
Get Game On! Our home-grown broadband video show brings you the latest news, reviews and previews of the hottest new console and PC releases including actual game-play footage and all the latest from E3.


Hotstuff
Our entertaining and informative electronics review program road tests the latest and greatest computers, phones, gadgets and gizmos available to today's technology-hungry consumers


Chatterbox
Step inside the box with our news and views of the latest in the world of television.


Primetime Movies
Don't tune in until you check out our bite sized reviews of the big TV movies.