Blinkx bows on Roku's Channel Store; Kaltura launched partner program

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> Video search engine blinkx now has an app in Roku's Channel Store, enabling customers to seamlessly search, discover and watch videos from blinkx's index of professionally produced content. Article

> Open source OVP Kaltura has launched a new Partner Program with more than 100 partner members and growing rapidly. The Kaltura Partner Program is geared towards system integrators, value-added resellers, media consultants, OEMs, technology companies and digital marketing agencies. Release

> Tvinci is powering Filmotech's Dutch online video portal, Ximon.nl. The recently launched pay-TV service features an extensive range of content, offering users the ability to view a variety of recent and classic films, documentaries or TV dramas across PC and Mac. Release

> Samsung is rolling out a premium 3D video on-demand streaming service through its "Explore 3D" app this summer, the company said. Article

> Satellite TV provider DirecTV is testing its Home Media Center, a client/server-based technology that allows users to experience a server-generated user interface on various consumer electronic devices. Article

> Envivio announced its 4Caster C4 multi-profile video encoders are delivering the entire lineup of premium TV channels for LIME's new Mobile TV service in Jamaica. LIME is the first mobile carrier to offer mobile TV service in the Caribbean. Release

> SNL Kagan research shows U.K. and France are leading Europe's emerging OTT deployments, invigorating both free and pay-TV competitive dynamics from which new business models are emerging. Release

> D-Link launched a new Wireless N Dual Band MediaBridge (DAP-1513), allowing consumers to easily expand a home network by wirelessly connecting up to four devices; it includes 802.11n technology, 2.4 GHz and 5GHz dual-band, for an enhanced media experience and a four-port Fast Ethernet switch. Release

> Dartfish, a video solutions provider, today announced that The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) expanded its use of Dartfish technologies by selecting Dartfish.TV to enable athletes, coaches, clubs and fans to view specific competitions and event highlights at the 2011 World Taekwondo championship held in Gyeongju, Korea. Using Dartfish video solutions, WTF was able to upload more than 700 videos of the competition fights. Release

> French Newspaper, Le Monde, has selected online video platform Ooyala to implement its cross-device video strategy. Le Monde.fr is one of the most popular newspaper sites in France with over six million unique users per month. Release

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