OneFi launches new IPTV channel; ESPN goes 3D on NBA championships

> dB Broadcast, one of the U.K.'s largest systems integrators, has chosen the Snell Kahuna HD/SD multi-format production switchers as central components in the BBC's Broadcasting House redevelopment in central London, W1. Release

> IPTV solutions provider OneFi Technology says it's planning to launch a new IPTV channel featuring local TV stations, and said it will reside on a platform which may be accessed through a Roku set top box device. Article

> ESPN is continuing to drive its expanded 3D coverage of sporting events, announcing that ESPN 3D would broadcast the 2011 NBA Championships in 3D. Article

> Netflix said its planning to add subtitles to 80 percent of its content library by the end of 2011, although the service won't be available on all devices. Article

> A pair of Netflix wannabes have tossed their hats into the ring in the past few days; DVD kiosk operator Redbox, and etailer Amazon both say they'll launch streaming video services. Article

> blinkx founder and CEO Suranga Chandratillake will be speaking at X Media Research's OTTCON West at 11:15 a.m. PT on March 1 at the San Jose Airport Garden Hotel in San Jose, Calif. Release

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