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How can Internet TV broadcasters insert local
TV programs into their streaming media programs? TV broadcasters and new
media companies are setting up streaming TV channels around the world.
Many of these companies are simply streaming the same local TV channel to
all viewers around the world. In many cases, these channels are being
broadcasted through the Internet for free.
One of the key revenue generators for
Internet TV is advertising. Unfortunately, advertisers in one city or
country are unlikely to benefit from their ads being seen in 200 other
countries. There is significant value for the ability to insert local
ads into an Internet TV stream. So what equipment and systems does a
broadcaster need to have so they can insert local TV ads into their
Internet TV streams?
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Questions Answered by Article
How can a streaming Internet TV station
dynamically choose and insert ads?
How can a streaming media system know where a
person is located?
What type of system is needed to perform
location specific TV ad insertion?
Are there any special regulations about local
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