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News Round-Up (IV)

--mDialog Hires Two Execs to Support Dynamic Video Ad-Insertion Platform for iPad/iPhone
--metaio Launches First-Person Augmented Reality Shooter Game
--Miniweb in Connected TV Partnership with Brightcove
--NBA Game Time Widget Launches on Vizio Connected TV's
The [itvt] editorial team will be on the road this week and next, so we will be covering most stories in round-up/summary form, and we anticipate that there will be some additional interruptions of our regular news publishing schedule beyond that. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience to our readers. Mobile video and in-stream ad management company, mDialog (note: the company recently launched in-stream interactive overlay ads for the new Apple iPad--see the article...

Gotuit-Brightcove Partnership Launches First Project: a Video Portal for Fox's "Hell's Kitchen"

Earlier this year, Gotuit Media --a company that offers metadata technologies which, among other things, allow end-users to instantly access the parts of a piece of video that interest them, and which can also be used by video publishers to allow end-users to make mash-ups out of their content, using metadata-defined virtual video clips--announced that it had formed a partnership with broadband video platform provider, Brightcove, which it said would "enable joint Brightcove and Gotuit...

England's Football Association Taps Brightcove for Broadband Video Initiatives

--thePlatform, Ooyala Announce Updates to their Platforms
Broadband video platform provider, Brightcove , said last week that it has been tapped by English soccer's governing body, the Football Association (FA) , to power a range of new online video offerings for its TheFA.com Web site and for its official site for England's World Cup team (including interviews with players and highlights from previous games and tournaments), as well as a new iPhone app. "Football in England today has more spectators, participants, revenues...

Report: Apple Developing $99 Apple TV Based on iPhone 4 Architecture and OS

--Hulu Blocks New Version of Hillcrest Labs' Kylo TV Web Browser
--Boxee Seeking to Attract BBC iPlayer, Other UK Content Providers, to its Platform
--Wolfgang's Vault App Launches on Boxee
The blog Engadget reported last week that it had received a tip--which it said had been confirmed by "a source very close to Apple "--about the next generation of Apple TV , a platform whose current incarnation has been famously described by CEO Steve Jobs as a "hobby." According to the blog, the new version of Apple TV has been in development for some time now (i.e. before Google announced its new Android-based Google TV...

Brightcove and Mobile Roadie Integrate Technologies to Facilitate Development of Mobile Video Apps

--Miniweb Joins Brightcove's Partner Program
Broadband video platform provider, Brightcove , contacted [itvt] Wednesday to let us know that Mobile Roadie --a company which offers an app platform that it bills as enabling anyone to easily create and manage iPhone and Android apps, and which is a member of its Brightcove Alliance partner program--has built an integration with Brightcove in order to enable customers to build and manage mobile apps that are fully integrated with the Brightcove platform. This, the...

News Round-Up

--Brightcove Launches Operations in France
--Google Launches WebM Open Web Media Project
--Kyte Launches Android SDK and Application Framework
--QuickPlay Media Launches PrimeTime2Go on Android-Powered Motorola Smartphones
--Project Canvas Gets Green Light from Office of Fair Trading
--Roku Publishes Demo Videos of its New Netflix UI and its UFC Channel
Here is a round-up of some other interactive TV-related stories we didn't have room for in this issue: Broadband video platform provider, Brightcove , has announced the official launch of company operations in France. It has opened an office in Paris and appointed Henri Hallynck as director of regional sales for France. It has also announced a strategic partnership with Hub Sales, and customer wins with Societe Generale, Audi France and Roche. The company has...

Brightcove, FreeWheel Unveil Video Advertising Solution for iPad, Other HTML5-Compatible Devices

Broadband video platform provider, Brightcove , on Wednesday announced plans to go live by early June with an HTML5 video advertising solution for media companies. According to the company, the solution will build on Brightcove's native support for HTML5 video and will provide turnkey integration with the Monetization Rights Management (MRM) product of its partner, video monetization technology provider, FreeWheel . The solution is designed to enable Brightcove's customers to deliver ad-supported video to such...

News Round-Up (I)

--ActiveVideo Networks to Demo iPhone-Controlled Interactive TV at ANGA Cable
--ADB to Provide Advanced Cable Solution to CableTEL-Eurocom
--Boxee Hires Ex-Googler as Director of User Experience, Launches Developers' Blog
--Brightcove Powering Broadband Video for Financial Times
--Cabot, Access Team on HbbTV Solution
The [itvt] editorial team will be on the road this week and next, so we will be covering most stories in round-up/summary form, and we anticipate that there will be some additional interruptions of our regular news publishing schedule beyond that. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience to our readers. ActiveVideo Networks has announced plans to demo an iPhone app--which it says is "designed to transform the interactive television experience for cable subscribers"--in its...

Brightcove Announces Support for Facebook's Open Graph and Social Plug-Ins

Broadband video platform provider, Brightcove , says that its platform will provide support for the Open Graph and new set of Social Plug-ins that were announced by social networking giant, Facebook , at its f8 Conference in San Francisco, Wednesday (note: an explanation of the Open Graph and the new plug-ins can be found here ).

"We have created a way for Brightcove online video platform customers to quickly embed the Facebook...

News Round-Up

--Brightcove Names Paul Goetz SVP of Sales for North America
--"Doctor Who" Breaks iPlayer Record
--Sigma Designs Announces Major Corporate Reorganization
--Starz Offering Sneak Previews of "Party Down" on Free VOD, Online
--USC Annenberg to Launch Social Online Video Editing Platform
Here is a round-up of some other recent interactive TV-related stories that we didn't have room for in this issue: Brightcove has named Paul Goetz SVP of sales for North America. "Paul Goetz brings more than 20 years of technology sales experience, most recently serving as senior vice president of US sales and consulting at SAVVIS Corporation, where he led engagements with major consumer brands, media organizations and software-as-a-service (SaaS) providers," Brightcove says in its...

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