Interactive TV Headlines Round-Up (IV): HyperTV, Intel, iStreamPlanet, ivi, Motorola Mobility, UltraViolet, nangu.TV, Netflix, Ocean Blue, Opera, Oregan

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:

  • Second-Screen Interactive TV Company, HyperTV, Says it Is Ready to Target US Market
  • Report: Intel's Media Group on "Hiring Spree" to Prepare for Launch of its Internet TV Service
  • iStreamPlanet/TDG Survey Finds 75% of Pay-TV Subscribers "Highly Likely" to Use a Multiscreen, Live Linear-TV Service
  • Supreme Court Refuses to Hear ivi's Appeal of Injunction Preventing it from Retransmitting Broadcast Programming over Internet
  • Motorola Mobility's Fourth Annual "Media Engagement Barometer" Study Finds Multiscreen Viewing, TV Timeshifting Significantly Impacting Consumer Behavior
  • Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE) Approves Motorola Mobility's SecureMedia for UltraViolet Content Protection
  • Czech IPTV/OTT Platform Provider, nangu.TV, Unveils Recommendation Engine
  • Chief Product Officer: Netflix Planning to Implement 4K Streaming within 2 Years
  • Ocean Blue Launches "Horizon" HbbTV Middleware for Hybrid TV
  • Opera "Gearing Up" its TV Store for Pay-TV Operators; New Features Include Interactive TV Companion Apps for Live Broadcast
  • Oregan's Set-Top Middleware Powers OTT TV for Communications Authority of Thailand (CAT)



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