In the FT, Richard Waters writes “The news late on Friday that Excite had filed for protection under Chapter 11 of the country’s bankruptcy code effectively ends hopes for an independent consumer broadband sector in the…
Jemma George, in a recent research report update on citywire.co.uk comments on recent developments at Forbidden Technologies and notes that “The slow and tiresome move to broadband undoubtably works in Forbidden’s favour”.
As part of the continuing commercialisation process for our codec, we have added support for slideshows. These run alongside the main video stream and are synchronized with it. We will be demonstrating this technology with our…
Today the Wall Street Reporter features a telephone interview with Stephen Streater, recorded live and uncut, in which Stephen outlines some of the reasons behind the success of Forbidden Technologies.
Here are some recent reports on our interim results. Chris Nuttall in FTMarketWatch.com reports that “Both Forbidden and Emblaze are onto something”, Joanne Offer of ShareCast, writes that “Unlike its rivals, Forbidden’s technology does not require…
Interim Results for the six months ended 30th June 2001 In the six months to the end of June 2001 the company has incurred a loss of £87,386 (last year £92,909). This reflects the continuing cost consciousness…
So psyched to part of the A+E Networks deployment of Blackbird.
Kevin Tobin - Senior Director of Production, A+E Networks
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