Nokia have release a beta of their Play To DLNA app for Lumia Windows Phone 8. The app enables you to stream content from a Nokia Windows Phone to a DLNA device like the Xbox 360, a Smart TV or a PC. On Samsung Android device there is AllShare and for other Android and iOS device there are apps like Twonky Beam so it’s good that Nokia are bring DLNA to Windows Phone.
To get the app you need a betalab account which you can sign up for and download the app from the download page.
Samsung DLNA television 40C630
TV: Panasonic TX-L42ET5Y (issues with video playback reported)
Digibox: LG HR929N (3D Blu-ray Player and Freeview + HD) (issues with video playback reported)
Sony Bravia KDL46V5500 (issues with video playback reported, TV doesn’t support needed formats)
Sony Bravia EX460 TV
Windows Media Player / W7
Windows Medial Player / W8
Devices with reported issues
Sony KDL-40W4500 (device detected, but no playback)
Sony BluRay player (BDV-EF420) (device detected, no playback)
Samsung bdc-8500 (doesn’t connect)
Sony STR-DN1030 WiFi enabled Stero AV receiver