In Brief: France Telecom, TPS offer HD Internet TV

Apr 27, 2006

France Telecom and TPS will offer high-definition Internet television viewing from June 1.

The French carrier and broadcaster will be collaborating to offer a number of programs including major sports events like the World Cup series.

France Telecom said the range of TPS high-definition programs that will be available on its MaLigne TV network can be seen by all household subscribers with a high-definition-ready screen from the launch date.

Copyright 2006 by United Press International

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