News Round-Up (VII)

--Mixed Signals' Sentry Now Supports Monitoring of EBIF-Based Interactive TV Apps
--Motorola to Unveil New Medios Multiscreen Service Management Software, New M3 VOD Servers
--Mozaik Launches Interactive Video App for Apple iPad
--NBA Digital Expands NBA Game Time to TV via Deals with Roku, Vizio
--NDS Secures Wins with Sky Deutschland, Kabel Deutschland, R, Hathway
The [itvt] editorial team is on the road this week, so we are covering most stories in round-up/summary form, and we anticipate that there will be some additional interruptions of our regular news publishing schedule beyond that. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience to our readers. Digital content monitoring solutions specialist, Mixed Signals , has announced the addition of new capabilities to its Sentry product which it says will enable it to monitor interactive...

Mozaik Launches Two-Screen Interactive TV Application for Apple iPad and iPhone

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At the NAB show in Las Vegas, Monday, a company called Mozaik Multimedia launched a two-screen interactive TV application for the Apple iPad and iPhone . Dubbed " MovieBuddy " and based on the company's !Content technology, the new app is billed as allowing viewers to learn more about products, people and places they see on a movie or TV program, purchase featured products, and share information via Facebook, Twitter or email.