Interactive TV Headlines Round-Up (III): Xbox SmartGlass, Microsoft, Netflix, Music Choice, Nielsen, NBA, Turner Sports, NetRange, Roku, Screaming Velocity, Sky

Introducing Roku Search

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 tonight, October 31st!), we are covering stories in this issue in headlines format:

  • Microsoft's Xbox SmartGlass Second-Screen Platform Now Available for Android
  • Microsoft Rumored to Be Interested in Buying Netflix
  • Mirror Image Internet Announces Commercial Availability of its "Publisher" Online Video Platform
  • Music Choice Partners with Nielsen to Make VOD Usage Data Available to Advertisers
  • NBA, Turner Sports Launch "NBA Game Time" App on Xbox, Kindle Fire HD, 7" Android Tablets; App Offers Video Highlights, Real-Time Stats, Scores and Standings
  • NetRange Secures Exclusive Global Rights to Broadcast European World Cup Qualifying Matches Live on Connected TV; Company's "Qualifiers 2014" App Available on Connected-TV Platforms from Loewe, Sharp, Thomson, Ikea and Others
  • New Roku Search Tool Lets Users Search across Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu Plus, Crackle, Vudu and HBO Go
  • Screaming Velocity Launches New Version of its Machine Learning-Based Programming-Recommendation Engine
  • Sky Launches First Ad Campaign for its Internet TV Service, Now TV

XBox Smartglass for Android


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