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SYS-CON.TV's Times Square Studio Internet TV Broadcasts Now Available For Apple's Video iPod

SYS-CON.TV, the first live streaming i-technology Internet TV has announced full support for Apple's new Video iPod

SYS-CON.TV, the first live streaming i-technology television in the world has announced full support for Apple's new Video iPod.

The first SYS-CON.TV programs that can now be downloaded free of charge and viewed on the iPod include SYS-CON.TV programs broadcast from SYS-CON's Times Square Studios. (Please click on the images below to access individual video pages.)

"SYS-CON Television is broadcasting television-quality (taped in hi definition video) live streaming video and audio to more than 50,000 viewers daily ," said Fuat Kircaali, founder and CEO of SYS-CON Media. "Our live streaming video servers have a capacity of unlimited simulatenous viewers for Webcasts and live Internet TV programming. SYS-CON.TV is the first targeted internet-based television channel serving the i-technology audience by broadcasting fully targeted programming for more than a year now."

SYS-CON Events has recently announced the first international iTVCon - Internet TV Conference & Expo to take place this year in New York City.

App-Server Shoot-Out: The six industry experts involved in the Shoot-Out this year were Mark Heid (IBM), Gary McBride (BEA),  Shaun Connolly (JBoss), Dino Chiesa (Microsoft), Mike Lehmann (Oracle), and Rich Sharples (Sun). The panel predictably discussed open source, but in ways that might have been unexpected.  One of the more interesting discussion points, posed by Yakov Fain, for example, involved platform modifications (with J2SE, for example) and risk mitigation.

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SYS-CON Italy News Desk 01/05/06 04:50:18 PM EST

SYS-CON.TV, the first live streaming i-technology television in the world has announced full support for Apple's new Video iPod. The first SYS-CON.TV programs from SYS-CON's Times Square Studios include AppServer Shoot-Out, SOA, Open Source and AJAX Power Panels.

SYS-CON.TV News Desk 01/05/06 04:38:28 PM EST

SYS-CON.TV, the first live streaming i-technology television in the world has announced full support for Apple's new Video iPod. The first SYS-CON.TV programs from SYS-CON's Times Square Studios include AppServer Shoot-Out, SOA, Open Source and AJAX Power Panels.

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