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September 8, 2009

Virgin Media launches on demand content search

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by David Allen

The cable broadband and TV provider Virgin Media will be launching a new on demand online search and listing function that will make content searches easier for its customers.

The firm already has a search function within its electronic programme guide (EPG), but this new feature will build onto the existing search function.

According to Digital Spy, the new system will have an editorial feature that is capable of highlighting the content that has proved to be popular with other viewers, as well as new content too.

Potentially this system will offer the user the ability to search for and look at the details of around four and half thousand hours of content, including dramas, music, films and other TV shows.

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