OneFi, EyePartner launch IPTV news channel

OneFi Technology and EyePartner are teaming up to launch a new IPTV channel that features local TV stations split by four U.S.-based time zones. The station will be accessible through Roku set-top boxes, the two companies said.

OneFi Technology, according to a news release, develops broadband networks "that are capable of 4G compatibility. The company "focuses on rural communities and developing countries which lack infrastructure."

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- see this news release

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