Interactive TV Headlines Round-Up (I): ADB, Broadcom, CBS, "March Madness," "The Good Wife," Comcast, Invidi, Deluxe Digital Distribution, Disney Kids

Because the [itvt] editorial team has been busy working on The TV of Tomorrow Show 2013 (June 25th-26th in San Francisco), we are covering stories in this issue in headlines/round-up format:

  • ADB Group Reports 2012 Results; Revenue Up 13%, Company Swings to EBIT Profit
  • New Broadcom BCM7576 DTA Chipset Designed to Enable Cable Operators to Extend Service to IP-Connected Devices
  • CBS Launches Ad-Supported Full-Episode Streaming App for iPad and iPhone; App, Slated for Availability on All Major Mobile/Tablet Platforms Later this Year, Will Offer Primetime Programming 8 Days after Broadcast, Daytime and Late-Night Programming 1 Day after Broadcast
  • CBS Sports Offers "Brackets" App for "March Madness" Basketball Tournament; iPhone Version Will Feature Live-Streaming Games and other Events
  • CBS Announces "Unique" Multiplatform Syndication Model for "The Good Wife"; Previous-Season Episodes Available on Amazon Prime Instant Video March 14th, on Hulu Plus in September, on Hallmark Channel in January, 2014
  • Report: Comcast Plans to Deploy Invidi's Addressable Advertising System across its Footprint by End of 2014
  • Comcast Launches Xfinity "Watchathon Week," Providing Subscribers with Free, Multiplatform "Binge" Viewing of 100 TV Series/3,500 Episodes, Including Premium Content
  • Deluxe Digital Distribution Extends its "Deluxe On Demand" Video Catalog Service to OTT Services
  • Disney Kids Emphasizes Multiscreen Ad-Buying Opportunities at its Upfront


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