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Silverlight 2 works "fantastically well." Disclosure: CBS College Sports is a unit of CBS, as is CBS Interactive, which publishes CNET News. Updated 9:20 a.m. PDT, with comments from conference call and at 10:20 with additional comments regarding ...
CNet · 10/13/2008
Microsoft’s entry into the cross-browser media player category has received a warm reception from CBS Television, which will use it as part of a community-generated content project for a network of local websites. Microsoft Silverlight promises rich ...
WebProNews · 4/30/2007
Microsoft Silverlight may not be the first solution you think of when considering how YouTube might stream live TV. But in fact that's exactly what CBS used on their NCAA March Madness On Demand YouTube channel. It appears that the player and feeds …
ReadWrite · 3/19/2009
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Microsoft, along with partners Vertigo and Move Networks, collaborated with CBS to build a live HD streaming experience using Silverlight. CBS will provide the application to its more than 25 owned and operated sites to then roll out to their own local ...
blogs.msdn.com · 1/17/2009
The new player uses Microsoft’s Silverlight (CBS has a history with Microsoft and previously used the Windows Media Player). You can stream all 63 tournament games in standard definition at approximately 550kbps, or enjoy a sharper picture with the …
GigaOM · ByChris Albrecht · 2/15/2009
At the MIX07 conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, Microsoft and CBS Corporation announced that they will be forming a partnership. The partnership involves CBS’ videos powered by Microsoft’s Silverlight software. Microsoft Silverlight will allow videos to ...
Pulse 2.0 · 4/30/2007
Just in time for the historic presidential swearing-in ceremony, CBS Television Stations has debuted a new Silverlight player with seven (!) live HD feeds. The main feed shows center stage, but you can swap out other streams to view different camera angles.
Zatz Not Funny · 1/20/2009
Broadcasters in France (France Televisions SA), the Netherlands (NOS), Russia (Sportbox.ru) and Italy (RAI) also chose Silverlight to deliver Olympics coverage online. In addition, leading companies such as CBS College Sports, Blockbuster Inc., Hard Rock ...
Gotta Be Mobile · 10/14/2008
At the conference, Microsoft brought presenters from Major League Baseball, NetFlix, and CBS News to show their multimedia application plans for Silverlight. CBS, for its part, leverages it to allow viewers to send in video content that could be used on ...
Infoworld · ByPaul Krill · 4/30/2007
In the US Microsoft is now working with AOL, BlockBuster, Hard Rock, HSN, Netflix and CBS College Sports to build Web applications based around Silverlight. CBS webcast all of the games in this year's NCAA men's basketball tournament using Adobe …
Computer World · 10/14/2008