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News Round-Up (VII): Sezmi, Technicolor, Intel, TiVo, MoCA

--"Cord-Cutting" Company, Sezmi, Raises $17.3 Million
--Technicolor in Set-Top Collaboration with Intel
--TiVo Joins MoCA
Due to the large volume of interactive TV-related news generated over the past few days, we are covering stories in this issue in round-up format. Our regular news coverage will return shortly. Sezmi , a company which has developed a set-top box-based offering that it bills as combining "live television, on-demand movies and television shows, and Web videos in an easily self-installed system that automatically records, recommends and organizes the favorite shows of each individual...

News Round-Up (IV): Intel, ioko, Samsung, Monterosa

--Intel Unveils Atom CE4200 SoC for Hybrid TV
--ioko in Connected-TV Apps Partnership with Samsung
--Social TV Specialist, Monterosa, Hires ITV and BBC Interactive TV Veteran, Lauren Hellicar
Due to the huge volume of interactive TV-related news generated over the past few days by the IBC, we are covering stories in this issue in round-up format. We anticipate that it will take a few more days for us to catch up with all the recent news: so if your company has sent us a press release or briefed us on an announcement, and you don't yet see your news covered in this issue,...

News Round-Up (II): Bell, Microsoft, Boxee, Intel, Brightcove, TubeMogul, freenet.de

--Bell Launches Microsoft Mediaroom-Powered IPTV Service
--Boxee Box Will Use Intel Atom CE4100, Will Launch Internationally, Can Be Pre-Ordered on Amazon
--Brightcove, TubeMogul Release Report on Online Video Viewing
Due to the huge volume of interactive TV-related news generated over the past few days by the IBC, we are covering stories in this issue in round-up format. We anticipate that it will take a few more days for us to catch up with all the recent news: so if your company has sent us a press release or briefed us on an announcement, and you don't yet see your news covered in this issue,...

New Edition of "Jet Set" Focuses on Social TV

[itvt] has just published the latest edition of our regular column, " Jet Set ," which is authored by Brian David Johnson , consumer experience architect at Intel Corp . "Jet Set" explores the future of TV through the prism of the places, people and conversations that Johnson experiences as he goes on a global tour for his new book, Screen Future.

This edition of "Jet Set," entitled " Cooking up Social...

News Round-Up

--Intel Publishes Video of Panel on Future of TV, Featuring [itvt] Columnist, Brian David Johnson
--ITV Considers Reintroducing SMS Voting on its TV Shows
--New York Times Publishes "Sofa Wars" Article Series on Online Video and its Relationship with Pay TV
Here are some other interactive TV-related stories we didn't have room for in this issue: Intel has published video of the panel on the future of TV that was covered by Intel consumer experience architect, " Screen Future " author, and [itvt] columnist, Brian David Johnson , in his July 18th column ("Drinks by the River Thames"). The panel included Project Canvas CTO, Anthony Rose, and high-profile advertising-industry figure, Sir Martin Sorrell, as well as...

Latest Edition of [itvt]'s New "Jet Set" Column Explores Relationship between Internet and TV

--"Jet Set" Is Authored by Brian David Johnson, Consumer Experience Architect at Intel
[itvt] has just published the latest edition of our new regular column, " JET SET ," which is authored by Brian David Johnson , consumer experience architect at Intel Corp . "Jet Set" (the first edition of which can be seen here ) explores the future of TV through the prism of the places, people and conversations that Johnson experiences as he goes on a global tour for his new book, Screen Future .
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Announcing a New [itvt] Column: "Jet Set" by Brian David Johnson, Consumer Experience Architect at Intel

[itvt] is pleased to announce a new biweekly column , entitled " Jet Set " and authored by Brian David Johnson , consumer experience architect at Intel Corp .

In Johnson's own words, here is what the column is about: "My book Screen Future is going to be published in July 2010. To support the project, I'm going on a six month book tour of sorts. Starting in June and ending in...

Google Launches Google TV

--Partners Include Sony, Logitech, DISH, Intel, Adobe, Best Buy, Jinni, Rovi
As expected ( see the article published on itvt.com, May 5th ), Google unveiled a connected TV platform at its I/O developer conference in San Francisco last week. Dubbed simply " Google TV " and billed as "an open platform that adds the power of the Web to the television viewing experience," the new platform will, Google says, allow consumers to "search and watch an expanded universe of content available from a variety of sources...

Liberty Global Taps Samsung, Intel, NDS, Nagravision to Develop New Multimedia Home Gateway

--Buckeye CableSystem Taps BigBand Networks for IP Video Delivery
International cable operator, Liberty Global , on Wednesday announced plans to work with Samsung, Intel, NDS and Nagravision to build a new multimedia home gateway device for its digital TV customers. According to Liberty Global, the device will be an all-IP platform, capable of distributing video, voice and data throughout the home and to multiple video displays; and will sport a user interface that will "seamlessly" integrate video content, widgets, apps, and an advanced search...

Intel Demo's User Interface for the "Integration of TV and Broadband"

Intel has posted on YouTube a demo video that illustrates how it believes "the integration of TV and broadband might look in the near future." According to the company, the demo features "a user-friendly 3D user interface, video multi-streaming and advanced media browsing," all of which "is supported by the power of Intel's System-on-Chip media processors, in this case the Intel CE4100, which help to bring stunning HD video, home-theater-quality audio, advanced 3D graphics, and...

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