TVersity to Stream Internet Radio Stations to the Sony PSP

Jun 12, 2006, 01:00 ET from TVersity Inc.

    NEW YORK, June 12 /PRNewswire/ -- TVersity Inc., the pioneer in
 bridging Internet and home media with connected devices, today announced
 support for additional mobile devices including PDAs, cellular phones and
 the Sony PSP.
     "The Sony PSP is an ideal device to benefit from the unique
 capabilities of TVersity," said Ronen Mizrahi, President of TVersity Inc.,
 "Lacking a hard drive but supporting WiFi, the PSP is capable of accessing
 one's entire media library, and play live Internet feeds, only when paired
 with TVersity."
     TVersity's media server is universal in the range of devices it can
 serve and in the types of media it can handle. By doing all the necessary
 conversions of media formats and streaming protocols on the fly, TVersity
 overcomes the inherent limitations of target devices thus allowing playback
 of any media on any device.
     "With this release the TVersity Media Server becomes the first
 universal media server in the market, supporting many different types of
 networked devices," said Mr. Mizrahi, "Connected devices with multimedia
 capabilities typically have a web browser, or an RSS reader or they may
 implement the UPnP A/V or DLNA standards, TVersity is the only media server
 that can serve media to all of those devices."
     TVersity is available now for free download at
     About TVersity Inc.
     TVersity is empowering individuals to organize and personalize their
 home and Internet multimedia collection (audio, video and images) and is
 enabling universal access to it anywhere (at the home or on the go) anytime
 and from any device. TVersity is a privately held company in Tenafly, NJ.
 For more information about TVersity, please visit

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