Interactive TV Headlines Round-Up (I): HyperPanel, Access, Aereo, Dish, AT&T, Amino, Antix Labs, Broadcom, Apple, Applicaster, "Game of Thrones," BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer

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:

  • Digital-TV Middleware Provider, HyperPanel, Integrates Access's HbbTV/HTML5-Enabled NetFront Browser NX
  • Appeals Court Hands Aereo a Victory over Broadcasters; Rules that Company's Streams of Broadcast TV Shows Are Not "Public Performances" and that Broadcasters' Copyright-Infringement Claims against Company "Are Not Likely to Prevail on the Merits"
  • WSJ: Aereo in Partnership Talks with Dish Network, AT&T
  • Amino in Set-Top Deal with Russian-Language International IPTV Service, KartinaTV
  • Antix Labs Teams with Broadcom to Bring Interactive Games to Set-Top Boxes and other Home Devices
  • Report: Apple's Rumored "iTV" Device Will Support Ultra HD and Feature Voice and Motion Control
  • Applicaster Powers "Vive Poniente" Synchronized Second-Screen App for "Game of Thrones" on Canal+ Spain
  • AT&T U-verse Enhances NCAA March Madness Coverage with Second-Screen "U-verse HORSE" Game
  • BBC Releases Red-Button Interactive TV Schedule through April 6th
  • BBC iPlayer Sees Another Record Month
     

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