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Adobe Fires Up Adobe TV, Media Player [Updated]

Adobe Fires Up Adobe TV, Media Player [Updated]

by , 8:35 AM EDT, April 9th, 2008

Adobe flipped on Adobe TV, the company's online video service, on Wednesday. The channel is part of the company's Adobe Media Player service and offers free Creative Suite 3-related training content from industry experts.


Adobe TV

Adobe Media Player also offers programming from several networks including CBS, MTV, Universal Music Group, and PBS. Shows from Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, Blip.tv, MyToons.com, ON Networks, Epicurious, KQED, and Style.com are all available.

Viewers can watch shows in their Web browser, or with the new Adobe Media Player 1.0 application. The player is an Adobe AIR-based application that lets viewers browse, search and play shows at Adobe TV. It also lets users tag their favorite programs, add their personal videos for playback, and more.

Adobe TV content is free to watch and is available at the Adobe TV Web site as well as through Adobe Media Player.

[Updated with additional Adobe TV information.]

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