200611081057Channel 4 and the Sci-Fi channel are to start syndicating their content to to Second Life's first broadband TV network which is due to launch at the end of November 06.

Channel 4 and the Sci-Fi channel are to start syndicating their content to to Second Life's first broadband TV network which is due to launch at the end of November 06.

SL techies Rivers Run Red has partnered  with 10 content companies to provide material for TV channels on virtuallife.tv.

By the end of 2007, the company aims to have more than 100 specialist channels streaming a mix of branded content and original programming 24 hours a day.

More over at MediaGuardian.co.uk

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