In 2001, Rogers Cable partnered with Microsoft to introduce “Rogers Interactive TV” in Canada. The service enabled Rogers' subscribers to access the Web via their TV sets, create their own websites, shop online, chat, and access e-mail. This initiative was the first broadband implementation of MSN TV.
The .tv Corporation entered into an agreement with VeriSign Inc for the marketing of the domain. In December 2001, The .tv Corporation was sold to VeriSign in a nine figure transaction. As of 31 December 2001, The .tv Corporation International became a subsidiary of VeriSign Inc. Tuvalu sold its equity stake in The .tv Corporation to VeriSign for which it was paid US$10 million. Following the acquisition of the corporation by VeriSign the quarterly payments made to the Government of Tuvalu were reduced to US$550,000 per quarter, which payment arrangement continued for 12 years.
On November 14, 2013, OptimaVision launched WNTE-LD Channel 36. WVTE-LD (now WZNA-LD) Channel 3 followed on March 24, 2014. WQHA Channel 50 (formerly a repeater for WUJA) was sold for $29 million to Western New Life, Inc. on May 2, 2014, and became the third channel in the network. NCN Television moved its programming to digital subchannel 50.2. On January 1, 2018, OptimaVision relaunched as Zona TV.
Honza`s football skills are visible through his online series call Top4Football TV, where he test the latest products with famous football players such as Petr Čech, Tomáš Rosický or Pavel Nedvěd, who also invited him for a guidance in Italian Juventus. There Honza also shot an episode with Bosnian star Miralem Pjanić.
Premium TV also oversaw NTL's 49-per-cent share in pay-per-view movie service Front Row, in joint venture with Telewest and NTL's 48.1-per-cent stake in interactive television technology and games firm, Two Way TV.
Matsushita Electric (Panasonic) prototyped the "3D Full-HD Plasma Theater System" on CES 2008. The system is a combination of a 103-inch PDP TV, a Blu-ray Disc player and shutter glasses. The new system transmits 1080i60 interlaced images for both right and left eyes, and the video is stored on 50-gigabyte Blu-ray using the MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 compression Multiview Video Coding extension.
As of April 2018, tes.com hosts over 3500 freely available videos originally produced by Teachers TV, "a government-funded TV and online video service that operated until April 2011." Most of these videos are 15 minutes in length, some are aimed at students (ranging across all levels K-12), others target professional development for the teaching staff itself.
Together with, she presented the television programme TRIDENTITY, a live broadcasting on ORF in May 2004 when Slovakia and the Czech Republic joined the European Union. Regional television TV BA (Bratislava), where she presented Metropolitný magazín (Metropolitan magazine), TV Markiza and a programme called Teleráno (Tele-morning), where she presented news about books, talked about reviews and interesting facts about writers, which helped her to gain vast experience in TV. On STV (Slovak Television) Tamara presented TV series Ranný magazín (Morning magazine) along with Gregor Mareš, and a fashion programme Zmenáreň (Exchange office). On stage she was accompanied by and a Hollywood star Brad Pennington (2011).
In February 2006, the directors of Udaya TV were Kalanidhi Maran, S. Selvam and Kaveri Kalanidhi. S. Selvam was also the Director of the Bangalore Bureau of Udaya TV.
In 2010, Media added E4 HD, Syfy HD, Discovery HD, Eurosport HD, ITV HD, STV HD, Channel 5 HD, Film4 HD, ten Sky Movies HD channels, Sky Sports HD1 and HD2, Sky1 HD, Comedy Central HD, UTV HD and BBC One HD. Both Film4 HD and UTV HD are exclusive to Virgin TV.
As of July 2008, WJLA had a independent weather channel, Weather Now, under meteorologist Doug Hill. Until July 28, 2008, WJLA-TV offered Local Point TV on 7.2 featuring five-minute video segments created by area residents. Abby Fenton, the station's Director of Community Relations said in an interview with Broadcasting & Cable media industry magazine that "the station likes the 'Local Point' programming and is pondering where else it might fit". Retro Television Network ("Retro TV") replaced Local Point TV.
Warner Home Video released The Complete First Season of Mad TV in 2004. However, due to poor sales, the release of the second season was cancelled (despite a preview for it in the first season DVD). Mad TV: The Best of Seasons 8, 9, and 10 was released in 2005, featuring the most popular sketches from those seasons.
During 2009, Virgin launched FX HD, MTVNHD, National Geographic HD, Channel 4 HD, ESPN HD and Living HD. Living HD represented the first HD channel to be made exclusively available to Virgin TV.
WSB's digital channel went on the air on April 17, 1998, making it one of the first regular-service digital television stations in the country. The over-the-air digital subchannel 2.2 started carrying the Retro Television Network on January 28, 2008. Prior to this, the channel was blank, or later with a small station ID in the lower corner. RTV programming was replaced with MeTV on June 1, 2011. Later on March 25, 2017, MeTV was replaced with Escape and on September 25, 2017, Escape was replaced with Bounce TV.
Romulo O'Farrill, a television pioneer who signed on Mexico's first television station, XHTV, in 1950, saw the need for a television station in this market and realized that it could be filled using the Mexican channel 7 allocation. A$300,000 investment was made in facilities and a 170 m transmitter tower. The station, under the new callsign XELD-TV, signed on September 15, 1951 from its Mexican transmitter and studio, with a sales office in downtown Brownsville, Texas. The station was groundbreaking: not only was it the first television station in the state of Tamaulipas (and the third in the nation), it was the first Mexican television border blaster, and the first Mexican station to obtain affiliation with an American network. Eventually XELD boasted affiliations with all four American networks, though its primary affiliation was with CBS. The station was run much like an American station; it even had an American television representative, Blair TV.
News Corporation sold TV Guide to the United Video Satellite Group, parent company of Prevue Networks, on June 11, 1998, for $800 million and 60 million shares of stock worth an additional $1.2 billion (this followed an earlier merger attempt between the two companies in 1996 that eventually fell apart). Following the sale, reports suggested that TV Guide would remove program listings from the magazine, shifting them entirely to its new sister cable network Prevue Channel, which would be rebranded as a result of United Video's purchase of TV Guide magazine; News Corporation executives later stated that listings information would remain part of the magazine. That year, United Video acquired TVSM Inc. (publishers of competing listings guides Total TV and The Cable Guide) in a $75 million all-cash acquisition; as a result, TV Guide merged with Total TV, and began printing a version of the magazine in the latter magazine's full-size format (while retaining the original digest size version) effective with the July 11, 1998, issue.
As a result, WSFA transitioned its nightly prime time show (renamed The News at Nine) to its second digital subchannel (then affiliated with the Retro Television Network; now with Bounce TV) on January 1, 2011. The show's format remained mostly unchanged except for originating from WSFA's primary set. Eventually, at some point in time, WSFA added a simulcast of its weekday afternoon newscast at 4 to WDFX's schedule. This sixty-minute broadcast, however, generally covers the greater Montgomery area. On September 10, 2012, WDFX began having competition to its prime time news at 9 with the introduction of a weeknight-only half-hour show on CW affiliate WTVY-DT3.
Derana Dream Star is a music reality show produced by Derana TV. It started in 2009 and now it had successfully completed seven seasons.
The service, originally known as Homechoice, was launched in September 2000 in the London area and provided by Video Networks Limited (VNL), based in Shepherd's Bush in London. In 2003, as Homechoice, it expanded its video services. Homechoice was purchased by Tiscali UK in August 2006 and rebranded to Tiscali TV.
On May 28, 2015, Nalayeh announced that the show would broadcast its weekly episodes on FEVA TV.