Adobe says about 80 percent of all online videos run on the Flash platform. While it's been possible to watch online videos on TV sets, the company says it hasn't been "consistent." Some YouTube videos would work and some wouldn't, for example.
Adobe expects the first TVs and other devices that support the Flash platform to ship in the second half of this year.
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