09.22.2006 08:00 AM
AOL, Intel partner on AOL Video service

AOL and Intel this week launched the AOL Video service for Intel Viiv technology-based PCs.

The joint effort delivers AOL Video's online library of sports, movies, full-length TV shows, music videos, concerts and videos. The searchable videos can then be viewed on any large-screen TV.

Much of the programming is free to consumers with many videos available in DVD quality via AOL's Hi-Q format.



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