Widevine enables Netmax.tv to distribute a vast library of targeted, geo-specific programming to PCs, Macs, and Linux platforms

July 29, 2008

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SEATTLE -- Widevine Technologies, the only provider of multiformat, multiplatform DRM and digital copy protection solutions, today announced it has been selected by Netmax.tv, a global provider of multi-language ethnic television and entertainment, to enable secure distribution of targeted, geo-specific programming to a worldwide audience of Hollywood / Bollywood / Worldwide content enthusiasts. By deploying Widevine’s security platform Netmax.tv will securely reach Windows, Mac and Linux users running a wide array of Web browsers such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Opera, and IPTV set top box users.

Netmax.tv’s vision is to securely distribute its vast library of licensed content to any geo-authorized consumers with connected personal computing devices. Netmax.tv selected Widevine to ensure secure multiplatform distribution, while meeting the content protection standards of Hollywood & Bollywood content studios.

“Netmax.tv provides a highly sought digital distribution service without boundaries or traditional DRM limitations, which enables customers to freely and securely consume premium content,” said John Petrocelli, vice president of business development for Widevine. “Widevine is pleased to enable Netmax.tv to meet studio requirements regardless of the consumer platform they choose to distribute their content.”

Widevine Technologies Inc.

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