Interactive TV Headlines Round-Up (IV): Interlude, JumpCam, Liberty Media, MSN TV, MTV, Foxtel, Nagra, Lauren Zalaznick, Netflix

Because the [itvt] editorial team has been busy working on TVOT NYC 2013 (December 11th in New York City), we are covering stories in this issue in headlines/round-up format:

  • Interlude Launches Treehouse Self-Service Editing Platform to Facilitate Production of Viewer-Controlled Interactive Videos; Platform Is Being Offered Free to Personal Users and at $1,000-$2,500 per Project to Commercial Users; Launch Partners Include Multiple Film Schools, Tribeca Film Festival, WPP and Others
  • JumpCam iPhone App Lets up to 30 Users Collaboratively Edit Videos in the Cloud
  • Liberty Media CEO, Greg Maffei, Expresses Support for a la Carte Pay-TV Pricing
  • Microsoft Shuts Down MSN TV; Service Launched in 1996 as "WebTV"
  • MTV Invites Viewers to Unlock Bonus Footage of its "Miley: The Movement" Documentary by Tweeting with the Hashtag, #UnlockMiley
  • Australian Pay-TV Operator, Foxtel, Selects Nagra's MediaLive Service Platform to Power HTML5-Based Interactive TV Services across its Connected Set-Top Boxes
  • Indonesia Satellite-TV Operator, IMTV, Selects Nagra's Conditional Access Technology
  • Lauren Zalaznick to Leave NBCUniversal; Was Put in Charge of Digital Initiatives Last February
  • Netflix Acquires Award-Winning Documentary, "Bridegroom"
  • Netflix Updates its iOS App with "Super HD" Support, Airplay Streaming for iOS 7

Interlude's Treehouse


MTV: Miley: The Movement


North America