Joint venture eyes Chinese, Indian mobile IPTV

Bollywood has just gone mobile with the launch of IPTV over India's 2.5G mobile network, says a joint venture between Time Broadband and Stanton Technologies. Subscribers will be able to catch the latest entertainment news, drama series and special mobisodes from the top studios of Bollywood while on the move.
 
The JV also has jumped feet first into the fast-growing Chinese market, signing an exclusive deal with Potevio, a Chinese Government owned entity that gives the company the right to provide IPTV to China's 500 million mobile subscribers though China Mobile and China Unicom.
 
The JV is flying high after being funded by Dubai Ventures, the equity investment arm of Dubai Investment Group, and already has launched IPTV service in Malaysia.

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