RemoTV lets people share media on PCs, phones

RemoTV Channels application offers ability to stream multimedia to all types of devices and on Facebook.

SAN DIEGO--RemoTV demonstrated at DemoFall a Channels application that lets people stream their media libraries to any Internet-connected device.

You can import home videos and share them with friends and family, and access your entire media catalog from anywhere. The media can be delivered to PCs, cell phones, game consoles, and iPods.

A Media Book app lets you post content to a Facebook profile and send MediaPokes, that have multimedia content attached, to friends.

People can browse and play the shared content, comment on it, and rate it.

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