MITV


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MITVMicrosoft Interactive Television
MITVMusic in the Vineyards (winery performances)
MITVMaritime Independent Television (Canada)
MITVMultimedia Interactive Television (Malaysian pay TV)
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Under the collaboration Nokia and MiTV will implement a true mobile TV experience, based on an open DVB-H standard, enabling viewers in Malaysia to watch DVD-like quality broadcast television 'on the go'.
MITV is the evolution of the Brazil Forum for Programming & Production, which ran for six editions in San Paulo.
The combination of MITV, MLC & Passport provides comprehensive, end-to-end coverage for both the business and leisure guest.
Under Global Ventures Western Ltd., it operates the hugely successful Global Television Network in Ontario, and MITV in Atlantic Canada.
In the Spring of 1985, the Queen Anne's County board of education and four other Maryland school systems banded together with Maryland Instructional Television (MITV) and, in a joint venture with IBM, initiated the Maryland Educational Technology Network (METN).
Swedish telecomms solutions provider Ericsson said on Monday (21 August) that it had signed a contract with the Malaysian operator MiTV Corporation Sdn Bhd (MiTV) to build, manage and maintain its WCDMA/HSPA network across Malaysia.
will bow a branded telenovela channel in Malaysia --its first in the world --on new pay TV platform MiTV, which is backed by Malaysian tycoon Vincent Tan.
The four CanWest stations, along with independent partner MITV in the Maritimes, now reach 70 percent of the English Canadian television audience.
SINGAPORE MediaCorp's Channel News Asia has secured carriage on tyro Malaysian pay TV platform MiTV, making it available in most Asian markets.
I am also one of the co-presenters on MITV called the Wazobia Plus.
KUALA LUMPUR Malaysia's sole paybox, Astro, is making plans to hang on to its subs when local Lycoon Vincent Tan launches rival MiTV in December.
MiTV is backed by Malaysian tycoon Vincent Tan, who is determined to give 8-year-old satcaster Astro, run by Astro All Asia Networks, a run for its money.