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TidalTV launches TV-like online video service

by Brad Linder, posted Jun 11th 2008 3:02PM
TidalTV is a web-based video service. But it doesn't look anything like YouTube, Joost, or even Hulu. If anything, it looks like the service you get from your cable or satellite provider.

The TidalTV display is laid out like an electronic program guide with a video window in the corner. You can click on the video to bring up a full screen version. Or you can click on the program guide to flip channels. There's also an on-demand section if you don't want to watch the scheduled programming stream.

Of course, an online video site is only as good at its content. And while TidalTV doesn't have as many prime time programs as NBC and Fox-backed Hulu, the site does have full length episodes from content partners including CBS, HGTV, National Geographic, TV Guide, The Weather Channel, DIY Network, The AP, and NBC News, among others.

[via ReadWriteWeb]

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