Interactive TV Headlines Round-Up (III): Dish, Thuuz, DramaFever, Google TV, Espial, Mitsubishi, Fox, Twitter, GetGlue, Harmonic, CCAP, Sony, Alticast, Icareus, HbbTV, iMediaShare, Netflix, A&E, History

New Netflix Experience on iPhone

Because the [itvt] editorial team is busy working on our upcoming TV of Tomorrow Show event, TVOT NYC Intensive (December 10th in New York City--early-bird pricing ends this Sunday!), we are covering stories in this issue in headlines format:

  • Dish Network Launches "Game Finder" Interactive TV App for its Hopper DVR; App Powered by Thuuz
  • DramaFever App Brings Korean Television Shows to Google TV
  • Espial TV Browser Powering Mitsubishi Set-Top Boxes for Japanese IPTV Service
  • Fox Premieres Season Three of "Raising Hope" on Twitter; Fans who Share Premiere Episode with their Followers Receive "Special Thank-You Message" from Cast
  • Social-TV Company, GetGlue, Revamps its Web Site; New Features Include "Re-Imagined" Guide with "Personalized and Social Recommendations," Show-Themed Feeds
  • Harmonic to Unveil Converged Cable Access Platform (CCAP) Next Month
  • Sony in HbbTV Partnership with Polish Public Broadcaster, TVP
  • Alticast, Icareus Conduct HbbTV Trials with TVP; Trials Feature Icareus' CS100 Playout Carousel and HbbTV Apps, Alticast's AltiPlatform Middleware
  • iMediaShare Launches "Watch on TV" Widget: Widget Designed to Be Embedded in Online Video, Allowing Site Visitors to Press Button to Shift Video to their Connected TV
  • Netflix Revamps its Apps for iPhone and Android
  • Netflix Loses 800 Hours of Programming from A&E, History

 

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