YouTube video streaming on Fios TV

April 28th, 2010 - Posted by Tim in Video broadcasting news


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Verizon is trying to differentiate from the competition by adding YouTube streaming capabilities for their FiOS subscribers. So if you have FiOS and a PC you can stream YouTube content to your TV browsing with the included remote. Some of the features available on the website are also featured here: I will mention full screen option, bookmarking and logging in your YouTube account.


“Adding YouTube and Internet Radio to FiOS TV further expands our customers’ digital home-entertainment world by giving them access to an unprecedented amount of online content on the biggest screen in their home – their TV,” said Shawn Strickland, vice president of consumer strategy for Verizon.


Here is the demo presented once the YouTube feature was implemented:


Verizon is already offering video streaming through Dailymotion, Veoh and Blip.TV and now with YouTube they will sure have a plus. Internet Radio will also be available for Fios TV subscribers: hundred of stations can be accessed and streaming music from a PC to the TV also. Mac users may be dissapointed about this as the solution works on PC’s only.

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