Internet video is becoming increasingly competitive with new services and announcements seemingly popping up every week. Earlier in January I wrote about Joost, a new broadband television service from the founders of Skype, while YouTube has consistently made headlines since Google’s well-publicized acquisition of YouTube back in November.
Another competitor vying for your Internet video-viewing time is TVTonic, a 300-channel Internet Video-On-Demand service that aggregates short-format video from across the Internet. TVTonic was developed by Wavexpress, a provider of broadband media technology and services. Some of the key features of TVTonic include:
You can watch, subscribe and manage any video podcast that supports RSS enclosures.
Designed to be used with a remote control, keyboard or mouse.
Watch On-line or Off-line – By storing media on your computer’s hard drive, TVTonic enables immediate playback of full-screen video even when you’re not on-line.