Avner Ronen on the Boxee Box (podcast)

Box CEO Avner Ronen sits down with Larry Magid at CES to talk about how his company wants to bring Internet video to TV screens.

The Boxee Box pops up at CES. Sarah Tew/CNET

LAS VEGAS--Boxee is in the business of letting you watch Internet content on your TV. The company has long offered software to make that possible via third-party hardware ranging from Windows PCs to Apple TV boxes, but it now plans to launch its own hardware--the Boxee Box--in partnership with D-Link.

Boxee founder and CEO Avner Ronen has a lot to say about this powerful new trend, including advice for independent producers who can use Internet technology to "get an audience and monetize it."

I spoke with Ronen at the Showstoppers press event at CES.


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