Cable Operator To Offer Service That Will Allow Subscribers to Move Content, in Real Time, From Computer to TV

Feb 24, 2010  •  Post A Comment

On of the biggest changes in hardware in recent years has been the ability of new TV sets to include the ability to hook up to the Internet.

Now comes word that New York cable operator Cablevision plans to offer a service that will allow users to move content from computers to their TV sets in real time, the Los Angeles Times’ Company Town blog reports.

Called PC to TV Media Relay, the service will let users move Internet video or photos or other computer screen content to the TV set with a mouse-click. There are no wires or cables; the system works with a single computer software download. Customers must subscribe to both the company’s cable and broadband offerings.

–Elizabeth Jensen


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