"Sports, TV Everywhere, and the Interactive Viewer" at TVOT NYC 2013

[itvt] is pleased to announce "Sports, TV Everywhere, and the Interactive Viewer," one of the highlights of the afternoon schedule of TVOT NYC 2013 (December 11th at 450 W. 31st Street--10th, 12th and Penthouse Floors, NY, NY). More information on the session and its panelists is below.

For an updated Schedule of Sessions for TVOT NYC 2013, click here.

Verizon FiOS TV Adds CNN and CNN Headline News to its "TV Everywhere" Line-Up

In a posting on its corporate blog, Tuesday, Verizon FiOS TV announced that it has expanded its "TV Everywhere" offering by making CNN's main US channel and Headline News (HLN) companion channel available live online to authenticated subscribers.

Funai Taps Widevine to Enable "TV Everywhere" Distribution on its Connected Devices

--Devices Include Philips-, Magnavox-, Sylvania- and Emerson-Branded Products

Content security specialist, Widevine, said Tuesday that Funai Electric Co.--which manufactures consumer electronics sold in the US under the Philips, Magnavox, Sylvania and Emerson brands--will incorporate its adaptive streaming technology, virtual DVD/Blu-ray-like controls and DRM solution on its Internet-connected HDTV's, Blu-ray players and other connected devices.

ExtendMedia Announces "TV Everywhere" Support for Mobile, Gaming and CE Platforms

Multiscreen video-management software solutions provider, ExtendMedia, on Tuesday announced that its flagship OpenCASE platform now supports multiple mobile, gaming and CE platforms. The company says that it is integrating the video delivery software platform with the five major operating systems for mobile devices--iPhone, Android, Windows Mobile, Symbian and BlackBerry--and that it has also integrated the platform with the Sony PS3, Oregan Onyx-based set-top boxes and connected TV's, and the Yahoo! TV Widgets framework. According to ExtendMedia, delivering content to Internet-connected devices creates considerable challenges that only a purpose-built, multiscreen video delivery platform like OpenCASE can address.

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