Information on Internet TV Broadcasting

Internet television is a television service distributed via the internet. Some internet television is called as catch up TV. There are two forms of viewing the internet television i.e. simply downloading the program to the user computer or by streaming the content directly to media player. With the Internet TV broadcasting system, user can choose to watch the program or television show from an archive of programs or from a channel directory.

With the increase in the TV on demand market, these on demand websites or applications have become essential for major television broadcasters. Every night the use of on demand television, reach the zeniths at around 10 pm. Most of the service providers offer several different formats and quality controls, so that the service can be viewed on many different devices. During the peak times, the BBC iPlayer transmits 12 GB (gigabytes) of information per second.

Over the course of a month, the iPlayer sends 7 PB (petabytes) of information.

Most catch up services used peer-to-peer networking, in which users downloaded an application and data would be shared between the users rather than the service provider giving now commonly used streaming method. Now most services providers have moved away from the P2P systems and are using the streaming media. Now, you can watch any TV station in the world by tuning to Internet TV broadcasting. You can access the internet and watch your favourite TV shows live. The TV lovers can easily catch up with their favourite TV shows at any time on the internet, as per their convenience. You can broadcast the video recording of your own shows 24 hours a day. With the assistance of experts, you can broadcast your own discussion and live interview on your own TV, thus in a way you can advertise your own services to the world.

One of the leading providers of satellite services is the Belgium Satellite Services (BSS) that includes multi-media over satellite, DVB-RCS solutions, Radio and internet TV broadcasting and broadcast solutions, C band uplink , TDM/TDMA solutions.

The teleport services or telecommunication port is the centralized location that provides the right to use advance bandwidth services. BSS provides teleport services leasing to their customers and relies on the two state of the art teleport services; one is at Lessive and another at Liedekerke. The antenna size of these stations is ranging from 8.1 meters to 32 meters working in Ku band satellite system, EKU, DBS and C band.