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AnySource Internet-to-TV startup gets additional financial backing


It might not have the cachet of widgets just yet, but AnySource Media is promising its Internet Video Navigator solution will run on existing TV hardware, and allow an easy, TV remote controlled streaming Internet video experience and just secured $3.2 million in additional funding to make it happen. The company's software promises a more secure, reliable environment than on a PC with users deterred from hacking or copying content, which sounds a lot like the boring, restricted, pay alternative to our favorite Internet video options that are more typically open, unlimited and free. We'll have a better idea of which side of the line this package falls if it can make TV launches targeted for later this year.

[Via Digital Media Wire]

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