Interactive TV Headlines Round-Up (I): Aereo, Amazon Instant Video, British Film Institute, Samsung, Lovefilm, Apple TV, Armstrong Cable, Arris, BBC, Boxee, Boxfish

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--Fall-Discount pricing ends midnight, October 31st!), we are covering stories in this issue in headlines format:

  • Public Knowledge to File a Second Brief in Support of Embattled TV-Placeshifting Service, Aereo
  • Amazon Instant Video App Launches on Samsung's Connected-TV Platform
  • British Film Institute (BFI) App Launches on Samsung's Connected-TV Platform
  • Amazon's European Broadband VOD Service, Lovefilm, Launches on Kindle Fire
  • Apple TV Sales Double to 5 Million+ in Fiscal 2012
  • Armstrong Cable Pushing Anti-Obama Documentary on its Free VOD Platform in Swing States, Ohio and Pennsylvania
  • Arris Debuts VIPr 4000 Video Transcoder Line-Up
  • BBC's Governing Body, the BBC Trust, To Review Corporation's Online Video and Red-Button Interactive TV Services; Will Examine Whether Services Have "Adapted to Changes in Technology, Media and Audience Behavior"; Public Consultation to Last through January 23rd
  • CEO Avner Ronen: Boxee Now Seeking Partnerships with Cable Operators
  • "Real-Time" Programming-Discovery Specialist, Boxfish, Simplifies Design of its Recently Launched Live Guide App

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