By >Akihabara News Team
South Korea started to watch cable TV on Internet with “Tving”
Yesterday CJ Hello Vision, one of South Korea’s leading cable TV operators, launched a service that allows the users to watch 53 live cable TV channels on internet as well as videos on-demand. Dubbed as ‘Tving’, it promises better quality than IP (Internet Protocol) TV and costs just 3, 500 won ($3) of monthly fee. Now available only on devices such as laptops, desktop PCs, a version for the mobile devices is planned to be developed.
P.S. Picture via Favoritsaker.se
Don’t know why it is dubbed “Tving”, after the small town in Sweden?