New "iTV Doctor" Column Features Will Kreth Explaining the Work of OEDN

--Plus TubeMogul Interview, New Blog Posts on Interactive TV Games, AT&T's CruiseCast

[itvt] has just published the latest edition of Rick Howe's regular column, "The iTV Doctor Is In!" This week, Will Kreth, senior director of advanced video strategy at Time Warner Cable and founder of OEDN (note: the name is an acronym for "OCAP/EBIF Developer Network), an organization which is attempting to drive application development efforts using the US cable industry's OCAP/tru2way and EBIF middleware standards, explains how OEDN is working with academic institutions to foster a broad base of experienced interactive TV developers.

We have also just published an in-depth interview with David Burch, director of marketing at TubeMogul, a company that provides an analytics and syndication service for broadband video. Topics discussed include the services TubeMogul offers, its various partners and customers, emerging trends it is observing in broadband video, free vs. paid content, and more.

In addition, [itvt] blogger, Edgar Villalpando, SVP of marketing at ActiveVideo Networks, explains the importance of games to the interactive TV industry. And [itvt] blogger, Jeff Vinson, chief consultant at IPTV Worldwide Consulting, reviews AT&T's CruiseCast service.

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