ivi, Inc. Launches Highly Disruptive Software Delivering Live TV to the Internet

(Prudent Press Agency) — ivi, Inc., today releases its revolutionary live television application enabling anyone with an Internet connection to “cut the cord” and watch live broadcast television anywhere in the world, anytime. The easy-to-use,
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VH1 Launches ‘Don’t Forget The Lyrics!’ With Host Mark McGrath

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Sept. 13 /PRNewswire/ — Turn up the volume on your television and grab a microphone because Monday, September 20 at 7 PM ET/PT, one of the most successful music game shows in television history comes to VH1, ‘Don’t Forget The
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This Day in History: Sega Dreamcast Launches in North America

Today marks not only the fifteenth anniversary of the launch of Sony’s PlayStation but the eleventh anniversary of Sega’s Dreamcast.

Launched on September 9th, 1999 (the memorability of 9/9/99 capitalized on via a $ 100 million print and television advertising campaign) at $ 199, Sega — erroneously — claimed that the Dreamcast was the first time a system had launched at sub-$ 200 price-point (the Nintendo 64, released in 1996, had launched at $ 199 to compete with a PlayStation price cut). Bernie Stolar, then-president and CEO of Sega of America claimed, “The fact that Sega Dreamcast will launch for less than $ 200 is a monumental industry ‘first,’ ? There’s never been a next generation console to debut at such a competitive price. At $ 199 with our system’s hardware and game library we feel confident that we will take back market share from Sony and Nintendo.”


This Day in History: Sony’s PlayStation Launches in the U.S.

On this day in 1995, exactly 15 years ago, Sony’s original PlayStation console was launched in the United States, birthing what many would consider the modern era of home videogames.

The PlayStation had already been available in Japan for some nine months by that point, causing many early adopters to simply import the system from expensive mailorder companies, but that didn’t hurt the U.S. launch, as many retailers reported day-one sellouts.