Showing posts with label Television. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Television. Show all posts

Friday, June 27, 2014

OmniBox TV is Now the Fastest Growing Subscriber Based TV Media Solution in the United Sates

Example of 1080i displayed on 1080p TV Frame 1
Example of 1080i displayed on 1080p TV Frame 1 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Omniverse One World Television, Inc. has executed agreements triggering the fastest growing subscriber base in TV.

Tampa, FL (PRWEB) 
June 26, 2014
Omniverse One World Television, Inc.(OmniBox TV) has secured agreements that include over three million subscribers in sixteen districts throughout the country. This program is part of a subsidy program in cooperation with ValuNet offering TV and Internet to low-income housing units that include a variety of apartment units, town-homes, and condominium complexes.
Throughout this negotiation, the New OmniBox TV streaming media player won these contracts because of the wide variety of choices the OmniBox has to offer. Traditional broadcast is still the leader in Live TV Channel distribution. However, OmniBox TV's ability to offer Live TV, On Demand Channels, Email, Communication, Web Browsers, Flash Media Players, and Google Play Store empowers the end user to download their favorite apps such as Netflix, Games, Skype, Facebook, and many other applications. The additional features OmniBox TV offers over traditional broadcasters made OmniBox TV rise to the top.
"Many of us have access to our tablets, smart phones, computers, and two hundred dollar cable bills, but we forget the single mom downtown with three kids on a strict budget may not have these luxuries. In today’s economy the richer are getting richer and the poorer are getting poorer. We have created a product with no contracts or credit checks with the lowest subscription model in the market that lets folks search the Internet, do homework, communicate, play games, and watch TV. I don’t see the low-income single mom as a dollar sign but rather OmniBox TV offering a value solution for this fast growing demographic,” said Jason DeMeo, CEO of Omniverse One World Television, Inc.
About OmniBox TV:
The New OmniBox TV unit is a Set Top Box that turns every TV into a Smart TV. It syncs with your home internet or mobile hot spot giving you access to Live, On Demand, and Web content with 1080P HD streaming ability. Our users can now view their favorite live channels, shows, and movies while having access to their favorite social media sites, email, and web browsing, all this right from your television. The Next Generation OmniBox now comes with many new features including the Google Play Store, Flash Media Players, Multiple Web Browsers and over 1,000 Live and On Demand Channels Included with subscriptions starting at only $19.95 per month with no contracts or credit checks.
OmniNet offers the ultimate All-In-One solution combining High Speed Internet, The New OmniBox TV, and Phone service with one low monthly payment. Monthly subscriptions start at $49.95 with no contracts or credit checks. Hardware sold separately.
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Friday, December 27, 2013

Can Watching TV Cause PTSD? Young Turks News

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Charlie Chan in Reno - Classic Movies

Classic Movies for Sunday is this Charlie Chan  film, "In Reno."  If you have never seen a Charlie Chan movie before, we recommend you take some time and check one out.  If you can get over the fact that it's in black and white and not color, they really are very enjoyable.  It's always fun to look at the fashions, cars, furniture, planes, boats and everything else from back in that time period.  If you pay attention to those facts, it makes the movie more interesting.

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Saturday, September 14, 2013

Pink Panther and Mr Magoo Classic Cartoons for You.

Pink Panther and Mr Magoo classic cartoons.  Nearly two hours of classic cartoons all in one post.  Nothing like a good cartoon on a Saturday.  Enjoy.
The Pink Panther cartoon character
The Pink Panther cartoon character (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Mr. Magoo and McBarker from What's New Mr. Magoo?.
Mr. Magoo and McBarker from What's New Mr. Magoo?. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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Friday, September 13, 2013

Borrowed Wives - Classic Movie

Vintage comedy movie for Friday, Borrowed Wives.  The movie starts out with a very old fashioned speed trap where the cops like to chalk mark each speeder they catch, on the billboard they hide behind.  It's a rather risque movie for the 1930 era.  Well worth the watch.  
Charlie Dale (left) and Joe Smith in a comedy ...
Charlie Dale (left) and Joe Smith in a comedy sketch, filmed for Soundies movie jukeboxes (1941) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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