We are currently testing the new scheduling feature which unfortunately has taken much longer than expected due to unforeseen circumstances, our apologies!
It should be ready to roll out in the next few weeks as we are tweaking and testing functionality right now.
If you would like to receive an email regarding this feature, please send Subject: Scheduling Feature to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your patience!
What a shame,devlopers dont seem to give a damm about this great service
whats the deal with this?Its close to winter 2012 and still no devlopements or news about it.
This site seems to be completly dead,what a shame,such a great concept.its developers dont seem to give a damm.
It would be great to improve better monitoring of this forum from spammers like the one below-that way you show that this service is for real and cares about its users
would be also great to display working or available rss feeds there,whats the point of adding this feature if no one can view it
Having a platform via roku or boxee,would be great to have-a simple app that can create a roku channel-you can add it as a premuim feature and i wouldnt mind paying for it for my worldtv channels
This is a major focus for us and with v1.0 released in May 2011, we have introduced compatibility with Boxee – the first Web-to-TV device we are supporting. More devices are planned and we are looking at Roku, Samsung and others. Do vote on this feature and add your comments about platforms you would like to see supported.
that can be achived via Roku free developer kit,which Im wondering worldtv would consider for a future feature
We plan to add this feature, and probably in two ways. We will likely offer a free version that lets you upload directly to a partner site (eg YouTube) through WorldTV, and a premium feature offering very high quality, professional grade WorldTV hosting with oodles of storage space at a very reasonable cost. In the meantime or as an alternative, you can upload videos to any of the video hosting sites we support (eg YouTube, Vimeo) and then add those videos to your WorldTV channel using the ‘add clip by url feature’. You can also use the Add by URL option to link directly to FLV video files that are hosted on your own servers, if you have this ability.
Thank you for suggesting!
how about adding a roku channel app,so everyone here at worldtv can get to that surging market