CES product and programming announcements

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  1. Jan 3, 2006 #1 of 129
    lee espinoza

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    LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 3, 2006--

    First Planned Retail Product Will Target DIRECTV Customers for Its Upcoming DIRECTV 2Go Service


    HUMAX USA, the "Easy-Digital" company, has developed a new hard drive based hand-held portable media player (PMP) platform ideal for use by content and pay TV providers with plans to deliver content electronically to customers via portable video devices. The first content provider to be supported by this HUMAX PMP platform is DIRECTV - for its upcoming DIRECTV 2Go service.

    The HUMAX PMP platform has a 4-inch widescreen LCD display screen with navigation controlled via an easy-to-use 5-button design. Additional consumer conveniences include a high capacity hard drive (capacity to be partner specified) and a long-lasting, user-replaceable battery that provides up to 4 hours of video and 10 hours of music.

    Based on an AMD Alchemy(TM) Au1200(TM) processor, the device natively supports many video formats including MPEG1/2/4, DivX, WMV9 with WMDRM10 support - all at full D1 resolution (720x480). Moreover, the integration of a DDR1/DDR2 memory interface, USB2.0 High Speed Host & Device with On-the-Go, and on-chip AES cryptographic support, provide enabling technology for strenuous media applications and content protection schemes.

    According to HUMAX USA's vice president of business development and strategic marketing, Tony Goncalves, the HUMAX PMP platform will provide consumers a simplified user-experience with greater entertainment value than is currently available from similar-type products today. The extensive CODEC and connectivity support will allow the HUMAX device to directly connect to digital video recorders, allowing transfer of video content without the need to trans-code the file through a personal computer, greatly reducing the amount of time required to download and playback fresh video content.

    HUMAX is seeking appropriate content partners to design, manufacturer and even market the hand-held PMP devices for. "With the company's established background in product manufacturing and marketing within the operator markets on a global level, we are in perfect position to enable the many content providers and operator's poised to deliver exciting new portable video services. We are prepared to either OEM this device to partners, or let them take advantage of the established logistics, distribution and customer support that we have successfully implemented here in the US," says Goncalves.

    The first content partner for HUMAX in this venture is DIRECTV. The HUMAX DIRECTV 2Go compliant PMP device is designed for a direct connection to a DIRECTV DVR, which will allow the consumer to transfer DIRECTV content recorded at home - a key benefit of the HUMAX platform. Additionally the device features DIRECTV branding throughout the User Interface including a DIRECTV approved playlist interface similar to DIRECTV receivers. In this relationship, the PMP device is HUMAX-branded, and will be sold at numerous retail and internet retail outlets. The device is scheduled for release later this year and in line with DIRECTV's launch of this new service. In additional to DIRECTV content device will support music (MP3 and WMA) as well as photos and other non DIRECTV videos.

    "The HUMAX PMP will allow our customers to take their DIRECTV and experience it when, where and how they want it," said Romulo Pontual, executive vice president and chief technology officer, DIRECTV, Inc. "The HUMAX PMP device and DIRECTV 2Go will be a seamless experience for our customers because it uses the same easy-to-navigate DIRECTV user guide they use and see on their Television at home."

    "Regardless of OEM or co-branded approach, HUMAX is prepared to support the development of the specific look and feel of the partner's user-interface, allowing them to both extend their brand and be in control of the consumer interactivity with their content and services - which is exactly what HUMAX set out to do with DIRECTV's 2Go product. We feel that customizing a proprietary UI will expedite early adoption of existing customers, build brand equity and also promote the content provider's existing in-home content service to potential new customers," furthered Goncalves.

    The DIRECTV 2Go PMP will be on display at 2006 International CES at the HUMAX Suite located at the Venetian Hotel; the DIRECTV and AMD booths located within the main hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

    Content providers and operators interested in discussing their specific needs with HUMAX USA can reach HUMAX USA's vice president of business development and strategic marketing, Tony Goncalves, at the company's Fort Lee, New Jersey Sales and Marketing Headquarters at 201.292.1890.

    For all media inquiries, please contact The Buzz Farm at 718.309.5277, or email media@thebuzzfarm.com.

    About HUMAX

    Founded in 1989, HUMAX Co. Ltd of Korea is one of the world's leading digital satellite set-top box manufacturers, exporting its products to more than 90 countries around the globe. Listed on the Korean stock exchange (KOSDAQ), the company's international headquarters and research and design facilities are based in Korea with offices in Australia, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, the UK and the US. Production facilities are located in Korea, India, China and Poland. HUMAX recorded consolidated revenue of US $470 million in 2004, and has projected consolidated revenue of over US $600 million in 2005. For additional information please visit www.humaxusa.com or contact their public relations agency The Buzz Farm at media@thebuzzfarm.com.




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  2. Jan 3, 2006 #2 of 129
    jdk

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    The parade of interesting press releases begin - and so will now the debates about them.

    This makes sense - a DirecTV branded piece of hardware to play DirecTV content.

    While all the talk of PSPs and iPods would be nice, I don't see DirecTV wanting to open up its DRM, or Sony/Apple to open their DRM... or both.
     
  3. Jan 3, 2006 #3 of 129
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    In additional DIRECTV content device will support other non DIRECTV videos.
     
  4. Jan 3, 2006 #4 of 129
    ebonovic

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    Funny... how did this press release get out before DirecTV's release about Direct2Go
     
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    Nice... specifically states that it will connect to the DirecTV DVR... Almost for certain that will be the R15, but until we see the DirecTV 2Go release... It could be either one.
     
  6. Jan 3, 2006 #6 of 129
    lee espinoza

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    or both.
     
  7. Jan 3, 2006 #7 of 129
    jmoak

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    Now THAT perked my ears right up!!!!:)

    Now all we need to find out is if it will output a/v, will they offer a unit with a larger screen (7" would be much better for my old eyes) and how much will this bugger cost.

    Can you get one if you don't own a r15 and will they subsidize it?
    (don't beat me, just wishful thinking?)

    heck, maybe they DO love me!
    ;)
     
  8. Jan 3, 2006 #8 of 129
    Kanyon71

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    I think they love money more then they love us customers :)
     
  9. Jan 3, 2006 #9 of 129
    lee espinoza

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    what was the first hint you got that was true? :rolleyes: :p
     
  10. Jan 3, 2006 #10 of 129
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    DIRECTV Continues to Deliver the Best Television Experience Available; DIRECTV Showcases Original Programming, High-Definition Broadcasts and Advanced Products and Services at CES

    EL SEGUNDO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 3, 2006--Showcasing the strength and breadth of its leadership position in digital TV products and services, DIRECTV, Inc., will unveil a robust display of original programming, high-definition (HD) services and advanced products at the 2006 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

    Throughout 2006, DIRECTV will roll out new products, including DIRECTV 2Go, a new service for portable media players, a new HD DVR and a professional home theatre system, as well as expand many of its advanced products and services, including HD local broadcasts and new on-demand features. DIRECTV customers will also have access to original programming - including a new channel dedicated to original entertainment- developed exclusively for DIRECTV customers.

    "The introduction of new advanced products and services opens the door for an entirely new wave of programming on the DIRECTV platform that will lead our category in new directions," said Chase Carey, DIRECTV president and CEO. "As the television viewing experience evolves, DIRECTV continues to innovate, delivering new and expanded services that will provide the best television viewing experience - when, where and how our customers want it."

    Featured DIRECTV Products, Programming and Services at CES 2006

    DIRECTV On-Demand

    NBC Networks On Demand via DIRECTV Plus(R) DVR

    Beginning in first quarter of 2006, DIRECTV will provide consumers with access to the top programs of NBC and its cable entertainment networks, USA, SCI FI and Bravo, within hours after they air, commercial free, for just 99 cents. The programs will be available on demand through the new DIRECTV Plus interactive DVR. DIRECTV will provide in-booth demonstrations of the DIRECTV Plus DVR, including its ability to deliver on-demand programming.

    The DIRECTV Plus DVR is the most advanced DVR available on the market, with features such as 100 hours of recording capacity, interactive functionality, one-touch recording and Viewmarks, which enable viewers to mark favorite places in recorded programs and jump directly to them. The DIRECTV Plus DVR takes the viewing experience to new levels by offering the widest array of network primetime programming available on demand.

    DIRECTV Original Entertainment

    Music Programming

    The cornerstone of DIRECTV's original programming venture is CD USA, which will premiere Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006, and deliver the largest selection of back-to-back-to-back performances available on television. Broadcast in standard and high-definition, the weekly hour-long show will feature live performances from a mix of music genres, including pop, indie, rock and urban. CD USA will entertain DIRECTV's more than 15 million customers with the latest news on new releases, exclusive interviews, gossip, behind-the-scenes reports, and a private peek inside the world of music idols.

    In addition to the interviews and performances of CD USA, DIRECTV customers can also access exclusive entertainment programming through Network LIVE, a joint venture with Network LIVE, America Online, XM Satellite Radio, AEG and DIRECTV. Broadcast in standard and high-definition, Network LIVE brings DIRECTV customers live, premier performances from both multi-platinum and emerging artists that can't be seen anywhere else on television.

    Massive Gaming League

    Using new technology that allows for the placement of cameras within an actual videogame, DIRECTV will produce a videogame tournament and cover it as a sporting event, complete with producer, director and technical crew. Stories of the competitors will be told via interviews and features, complemented with coverage of their exploits in actual competition. DIRECTV plans to launch the Massive Gaming League in 2006.

    MEGA MARCH MADNESS(R) Mix Channel

    College hoops fans will be thrilled by DIRECTV's newest mix channel, MEGA MARCH MADNESS. DIRECTV Mix channels offer enhanced features that enable customers to view up to six live channels, all on one screen. Customers with interactive-enabled DIRECTV receivers can use their remote to listen to and direct-tune each channel. Customers can tune in to see games from the first three rounds of the NCAA(R) Division I Men's Basketball tournament exclusively on DIRECTV. Capabilities include a directory listing teams that are currently playing or are scheduled to play, and non-stop sports action on up to six screens at one time. All DIRECTV customers who subscribe to the MEGA MARCH MADNESS package, a TOTAL CHOICE(R) programming package, and have a DIRECTV interactive set-top box, will be able to enjoy the MEGA MARCH MADNESS Mix Channel.

    DIRECT Date

    This original three-hour block of programming allows singles to meet each other via compelling and interactive video presentation. Consisting of two separate 90-minute blocks, one for men and one for women, DIRECT Date will be the "American Idol for singles." Each segment will consist of two-minute features where men and women will have the opportunity to present themselves to prospective romantic interests. Content will include updates on past DIRECT Date match-ups as well. DIRECTV plans to launch DIRECT Date in 2006.

    DIRECTV HD Local Channels

    Including the 12 HD local markets launched last year, DIRECTV will offer HD local channels in 36 markets, representing more than 57 percent of U.S. television households in the first half of the year, with more local HD launches planned for later in 2006. DIRECTV will initially carry the primary broadcast stations - ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox - that offer an HD feed in the market. Customers who subscribe to a programming package that includes local channels will receive both the standard and HD signals at no extra monthly charge.

    To receive local HD channels, DIRECTV now offers the new H20 HD receiver and a satellite dish that has the ability to receive programming from five different orbital locations. The H20 HD set-top is the first DIRECTV receiver to process MPEG-4, the next-generation transmission standard supporting a wide range of audio and video modes and transmission speeds. MPEG-4, coupled with the launch of new satellites, is set to lay the foundation for the best high-definition television experience available anywhere.

    DIRECTV Products and Services

    DIRECTV 2GO

    The DIRECTV 2Go service will allow DIRECTV customers to transfer programming content from their DIRECTV Plus DVR to a wide variety of portable media players. Supporting DIRECTV specific audio and video formats, the service will enable customers to connect a DIRECTV compatible portable media player directly to DIRECTV receivers. DIRECTV 2Go devices will also display DIRECTV content in a separate menu area with a DIRECTV-branded user interface. These new media players further demonstrate DIRECTV's commitment to providing consumers with the content they want, how they want it, and where they want it. DIRECTV plans to launch the DIRECTV 2Go service in 2006.

    DIRECTV Pro

    DIRECTV Pro is for the true technophile and home theater enthusiast. It combines the latest HD and DVR technologies, and differs from all other DTV products as it is designed to mount in a 19-inch rack, which is common in the home theater, custom installation market. Additionally, the Pro Home Theater has new features such as a front panel, HD LCD display, front panel transport controls, and additional control ports on the front and back. DIRECTV plans to launch the DIRECTV Pro at the end of 2006.

    DIRECTV PLUS(R) HD DVR

    The DIRECTV(R) Plus HD DVR (HR20) combines the best entertainment with unprecedented control and convenience to create the ultimate TV viewing experience. It brings together the new DIRECTV Plus DVR and DIRECTV HD Receiver. Viewers are able to record one HD program while watching another and record two different shows at the same time, while watching a pre-recorded program. The DIRECTV Plus HD DVR gives the user the ability to pause and rewind live HD TV up to 90 minutes, use instant replay and watch in slow motion. The DIRECTV Plus HD DVR is able to record more than 30 hours of DIRECTV HD programming delivered in MPEG-2, or up to 50 hours of DIRECTV HD programming delivered in MPEG-4, or up to 200 hours of standard-definition programming. In addition, the DIRECTV Plus HD DVR is MPEG-4 compatible, and is the first DIRECTV HD receiver with interactive capabilities. DIRECTV plans to launch the DIRECTV Plus HD DVR at retail mid-2006.

    DIRECTV LCD Televisions

    On display in the DIRECTV booth is a new series of LCD TV screens that will be integrated with a DIRECTV receiver, allowing consumers to explore all that DIRECTV has to offer without the clutter of separate components. DIRECTV will feature 10-, 22- and 32-inch LCD TV's with wide-angle viewing, 10 watts of stereo audio (built-in speakers), three-day advanced program guide and bilingual user interface (English/Spanish). Availability for these new DIRECTV LCD TVs is still being determined.

    About DIRECTV, Inc.

    DIRECTV, Inc. is the nation's leading digital television service provider with more than 15 million customers. DIRECTV and the Cyclone Design logo are registered trademarks of DIRECTV, Inc. DIRECTV (NYSE: DTV) is a world-leading provider of digital multichannel television entertainment services. DIRECTV is approximately 34 percent owned by News Corporation.

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    SOURCE: DIRECTV, Inc.

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  11. Jan 3, 2006 #11 of 129
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    I would hope that it could play whatever silly MPEG2 or MPEG4 videos I download from the net or copy to my PC myself. I did have a worry that DirecTV would cripple the device to allow it to ONLY play DRMed files that it approves - but this press release leads me to believe they're not going to be that stupid.

    I'm going to be able to see that monkey smelling its finger and falling off the branch on a DirecTV2Go device... but I'd be very surprised if I'll be able to watch an iTunes downloaded copy of Desperate Housewives.

    I hold out a hope that PlaysForSure will be supported (like the Dish portable device does), but so far DirecTV seems to want to go it alone.
     
  12. Jan 3, 2006 #12 of 129
    ebonovic

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    I doubt you will be able to watch the "iTunes" downloads... just because I don't think "iTunes" would want you too....
     
  13. Jan 3, 2006 #13 of 129
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    DIRECTV 2go doesn't do much for me. If there were a way to get it on to a PC, that would be a different story.

    But, I did notice the absense of any mention of the HMC. It doesn't sound like "DIRECTV Pro" is the same thing.

    Any thoughts?
     
  14. Jan 3, 2006 #14 of 129
    davezatz

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    There may be... check out this image that was emailed to me:

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    They specifically mention 'computer' - hmmm guess we'll have to wait until Thursday night to find out more. Unless other partners also start leaking the good stuff early to steal DTV's thunder.
     
  15. Jan 4, 2006 #15 of 129
    Mark W

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    Hey Lee, can you re-name the title of the thread to indicate there are alot of other annoncements in here? Maybe just add "and other CES product and programming announcements" to the end? There is alot of interesting stuff in here, and many people would miss it that aren't interested in the portable media player.
     
  16. Jan 4, 2006 #16 of 129
    Mark W

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    Total of 36 HD Local markets by mid-year. Living in market #28, without reliable OTA reception, that interests me. If anyone going to CES can get any additional market names that will be included in the 36, please let us know.
     
  17. Jan 4, 2006 #17 of 129
    lee espinoza

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    I have ask a mod to do so and it will be done in a timely manor.
     
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    New Hard-drive Personal Multimedia Recorder features high-speed secure DIRECTV transfers

    Paris, Las Vegas, January 4, 2006 –– At the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show, Thomson (Euronext 18453; NYSE: TMS) today introduced the LYRA X3000 Personal Multimedia Recorder, a stunning handheld multipurpose device that will soon feature secure high-speed video transfers from select DIRECTV digital video recorders. Along with this DIRECTV2Go capability, the pocket-sized LYRA X3000 by RCA allows for the direct recording of up to 40 feature-length films from multiple video sources without using a computer and is ideal for digital subscription music content – all in the palm of your hand.

    "The LYRA X3000 morphs into a virtual VCR, utilizing MPEG4 technology, with the capability for both real-time recording from any analog source or high-speed transfer of digitized content, plus the advantage of DVD quality picture performance when outputting to a TV," said Thomson's Dan Collishaw, Chief Operating Officer of Thomson's Americas Audio/Video and Accessory businesses. "These features, along with remote control operation and programmability, make the LYRA X3000 an ideal entertainment complement for the next-generation DIRECTV digital video recorders (DVRs), scheduled for deployment in 2006. A convenient software upgrade, at no cost to the consumer, is all that is required for this remarkable DIRECTV compatibility," Collishaw added.

    Although compact in size, the LYRA X3000 by RCA boasts a 3.6-inch TFT ultra-bright color LCD screen with 320 x 240 resolution. The lightweight portable entertainment device weighs under eight ounces and is only 3/4 of an inch thick. The LYRA X3000 features a replaceable lithium ion battery providing for at least four hours of constant video playback on one charge.

    While the X3000 is a great portable solution, it also features a Home Theater Docking Base that can be connected to a home entertainment system. The Docking Base enables easy time-shift recording of TV programs from a tuning source such as the video output of a television or cable/satellite set-top receiver. With a composite video output the X3000 is capable of displaying high-resolution photos as well as video with DVD picture quality. The X3000 is ideal for watching video content transferred from a PC, or any other source, on a television. The DIRECTV2GO compatibility further expands the LYRA X3000's capability for entertainment on the go. Digital quality content securely downloaded from compatible DIRECTV DVRs to the X3000 can be easily viewed on televisions located in other rooms. The device displays TV programs and program information in a format familiar to customers with these compatible DIRECTV DVRs. This will make it simple to navigate through the dozens of hours of DIRECTV programming that can be stored on the X3000's 20GB hard drive. A free software download is all that is required for DIRECTV2GO compatibility with the X3000. Music To Go

    Compatible with both pay-per-song and subscription services, the LYRA X3000 can store hundreds of hours of mp3, Windows Media Audio, and Audible audio files – including those from popular PC-based subscription music and video services. ID3 tag song data with artist, album, song title and genre is displayed on the viewing screen. Music buffs can listen to their collection of mp3 files using one of nine playback modes, including normal play, shuffle and repeat, or by programming their own playlists. The X3000 comes bundled with earbud headphones, and also features a built-in speaker.

    Photo Capability

    Additionally, this versatile jukebox offers the capability to create slide shows with zoom and photo rotation, and users can add their own music for further enhancement. The X3000 can easily transfer digital photos from an SD memory card or compatible camera without needing a computer, or the consumer can move audio, video, and photos from a PC to the device with the built-in high-speed USB connection.

    Other Key Features

    An impressive package of convenience and performance enhancements optimize enjoyment of the LYRA X3000 including:

    Voice Labeling: enables recording of audio commentary to go with photos or images stored on the device's hard drive
    Auto Resume: remembers the track location and volume setting when the power is shut off and automatically returns to the location when the device is turned on
    Universal 3-Device IR Remote Control: allows user to operate the X3000 and other devices from a distance

    The LYRA X3000 by RCA is available in January with a suggested retail price of $399.

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    Thomson (Euronext Paris: 18453; NYSE: TMS) provides services, systems and technology to help its Media & Entertainment clients – content creators, content distributors and users of its technology – realize their business goals and optimize their performance in a rapidly changing technology environment. The Group is the preferred partner to the Media & Entertainment Industries through its Technicolor, Grass Valley, RCA, and Thomson brands. For more information: http://www.thomson.net.

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  19. Jan 4, 2006 #19 of 129
    HogarthNH

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    In other words, R15 and HR20-250.

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  20. Jan 4, 2006 #20 of 129
    Kanyon71

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    Now that sounds pretty darn cool. May just have to pick one up and check it out. :)
     

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