|File:TV UOL logo.svg|
|Industry||Video hosting service|
|Headquarters 🏙️||São Paulo, Brazil|
Area served 🗺️
|Luiz Frias, (Chairman & CEO)|
Number of employees
UOL TV was the first television station that broadcast exclusively over the Internet. Being part of the portal Universe Online, it had its first broadcast in 1997, using the VDOLive format. Currently the format used in the transmissions is Adobe Flash and TV UOL has adopted Windows Media and Real Media in the past.
Besides broadcaster, currently the TVUOL is also a portal for videos, allowing users to submit their videos via the page "Mais Uol". The Mais Uol is still in beta, but sending videos, photos and other multimedia content is already permitted, and it still allows the sharing of video for blogs, websites, forums, etc. via embed code of the video. It's currently the fourth largest free video sharing website in the world, with over 2 million videos (January 2015).
360p resolution (with a great bitrate), video duration up to 30 minutes, 1GB per video.
1080p resolution (with a bitrate even better than YouTube's 4K bitrate), unlimited duration, unlimited size.
3GP, M4V, WMV, ASF, MOV, TS, AVI, FLV, MKV, MP4, MPEG, RMVB, RM.
The programming of the station is distributed over 14 channels, separated into its most watched categories on demand. There are some TV channels like BBC (Brazil), The New York Times, Discovery (Brazil), and users' own channels, such as GameHall, Olhar Digital, Omelete, and Charges.
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