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Interactive TV Headlines Round-Up 2/17/15 (VI): Shout! Factory, SeaChange, Simplestream, Snapchat, Sky, Taboola, ThinkAnalytics, This Technology, Univision, USA, Verizon, Vevo, VH1

Because the [itvt] editorial team has been busy working on The TV of Tomorrow Show 2015 (June 23rd-24th in San Francisco --purchase your Super Early-Bird tickets here !), we are covering stories in this issue in headlines/round-up format: Distributor, Shout! Factory, Launches Ad-Supported OTT Service on Roku and the Web SeaChange International Completes Acquisition of Social-Media Analytics Software Developer, Timeline Labs Market Research Firm, Sharablee, Finds that Cable Networks Comprise 9 of the Top-25 Most...

Interactive TV News Round-Up (VI): Shazam, TWC, Blue Wave Media, Unicorn Media, Viggle, USA

--Shazam's ACR Technology Powers Interactive TV for "American Idol"
--Time Warner Cable's TWC TV App to Offer Live Video Streaming on ICS Android Devices
--Blue Wave Media Taps Unicorn Media to Deliver Content to Connected TV's and Mobiles
--USA Network Offers Viggle-Powered Second-Screen Experience for "To Kill a Mockingbird"
Because the [itvt] editorial team has been working on The TV of Tomorrow Show 2012 , we are covering stories in this issue in round-up/summary format. Automatic content recognition (ACR) specialist, Shazam (note: the London-based company is best known for offering a mobile application that consumers can use to identify music, as well as unlock supplemental content associated with TV shows--a process it calls "tagging"), announced Thursday that the rest of the current season of...

Interactive TV News Round-Up (VII): Time Warner Cable, USA, Ustream, Zappware, Numericable

--Time Warner Cable Beta-Launches TWC TV Live-Streaming Service for PC
--USA Taps Ustream for Social-TV-Enabled Live-Streaming of Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show
--Zappware Designs New Multiplatform User Interface for Numericable
Because the [itvt] editorial team has been working on The TV of Tomorrow Show 2012 , we are covering stories in this issue in round-up/summary format. Time Warner Cable has launched a beta version of its TWC TV in-home live-streaming service for PC and Mac (note: it has previously launched versions of the service for iPad, iPhone and Android). Key features of the new Silverlight-based Web version of TWC TV, according to the company, include:...