Update: Row 44 released the following statement this morning. Love, love, love the BBC
In-flight connectivity service provider Row 44 is poised to announce a series of new relationships in the live IPTV space.
CNBC, MSNBC, Versus (to be known as NBC Sports Network from early next year), Bloomberg, Fox News and Fox Business are some of the partners to be announced, says a source.
This is in addition to the Row 44′s teaming last week with Major League Baseball to provide live streaming of a couple thousand games via Row 44′s Ku-band pipe.
The California-headquartered company’s goal is to offer a palate of choices to its airline customers both in the United States and around the world.
So, now that Row 44 customer Southwest Airlines has so many choices, I presume we’ll here some regional titles for customer Norwegian soon, eh? BBC…
Row 44 news breaking tonight…
By Mary Kirby on September 7, 2011 in Air Transport, In-flight Entertainment/Communications, Mobile Applications, Original Equipment Manufacturers, Quirky Stuff, US Air Transport
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