Radio

New Interview with S-Curve CEO, Steve Greenberg, on Andy Grammer's New Interactive Video

[itvt] has just published an INTERVIEW with Steve Greenberg , founder and CEO of S-Curve Records (the record label responsible for "Who Let the Dogs Out," and "Stacy's Mom").

Greenberg discusses the recently released interactive music video for S-Curve artist Andy Grammer's single, "Keep Your Head Up." The video, which is distributed through Vevo, is powered by technology from Interlude, an Israeli company in which S-Curve holds an equity stake. It invites...

Pandora's Personalized Internet Radio Service Now Available on TiVo Premiere DVR's

DVR vendor/service provider, TiVo , continues to add to the line-up of OTT content that can be accessed through its broadband-connected set-tops. The company said Monday that Pandora 's personalized Internet radio service is now available on all broadband-connected TiVo Premiere DVR's. "Just as TiVo revolutionized your television and personalized your viewing content, the Pandora application brings additional music customization to the all-in-one TiVo box," Jim Denney, TiVo's VP and general manager of product marketing,...

News Round-Up (IX)

--Time Warner Cable to Showcase EBIF-Based Interactive TV App for its CAMM Initiative
--Report: Time Warner Cable to "Pilot" IPTV Service in LA, Using Microsoft Mediaroom
--TV Genius's Content Discovery Solution Integrated into Zenterio's Middleware
--Canadian Branch of TVWorks to Close Next Month
--Verizon FiOS TV's New YouTube and Internet Radio Capabilities Prove Popular
The [itvt] editorial team is on the road this week, so we are 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. Time Warner Cable has announced that it will preview a new EBIF-based interactive TV app for its Connect a Million Minds (CAMM) philanthropic initiative (which it says is...

News Round-Up (VII)

--Clearleap, itaas Develop EBIF App for Continuous, Lean-Back Viewing of Short-Form VOD
--Ustream Launches in Japan
--Verizon Adds YouTube Access, Internet Radio to FiOS TV, Extends Media Manager to All HD Subs
--Virgin Media Launches Online VOD Service, "Virgin Media Online Movies"
--Vidiactive Launches Social TV Platform
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. Clearleap , an Atlanta-based company which offers a technology platform for bringing Internet-sourced video content to television sets, has announced that it has partnered...

BBC Announces Plans to Offer Four Original "Interactive Episodes" of "Doctor Who"

--Also Makes Children's Radio Reports Available through Red Button
--Commissions Second Series of "EastEnders" Broadband TV Spin-Off
The BBC last week announced plans to offer four original "intera ctive episodes" of its long-running scifi series, "Doctor Who." Entitled " Doctor Who- -The Adventure Games " and available free of charge on bbc.co.uk/doctorwho, the "interactive episodes" will take the form of downloadable computer games for PC and Mac that will allow players to assume control of The Doctor and his human sidekick, Amy, as they embark on new adventures that complement the latest...

Australia's Hybrid TV Launches Radio Podcasts on TiVo

--Podcasts Feature Highlights from dmg Radio Australia's Nova and Vega Networks
--19 Cable Channels Added to Roster of Networks and Channels Measured by TiVo StopWatch
Hybrid Television Services , the Seven Media Group subsidiary that holds an exclusive license for TiVo products in Australia and New Zealand, is launching a podcast service today for Australian TiVo customers, following a deal it struck with dmg Radio Australia last December. According to the company, the new service--which all TiVo users in Australia will automatically receive on their TiVo devices at no additional charge--provides highlights of all seven regional breakfast and drive-time shows...

Radio Interview: Members of the Awards Committee of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Interactive Media Peer Group

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In this recorded interview, members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Interactive Media Peer Group Primetime Emmy Awards Committee--Sanjit Das (ABC), Geoff Katz (Code and Theory), Marcelino Ford-Livene (Intel), Suzanne Stefanac (American Film Institute), and Marcia Zellers (Vendaloo)--discuss the finalists for the 2008 Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media and why they were chosen; describe the judging process; explain why the Awards are focusing increasingly on interactive storytelling; outline...

[itvt] Radio: Andrew Keen Casts a Skeptical Eye on UGC and the "Cult of the Amateur"



In this recorded episode of [itvt]'s talk radio show, "The TV of
Tomorrow Show with Tracy Swedlow," Silicon Valley pundit and
author, Andrew Keen (" The Cult of the Amateur "), discusses his skeptical take on user-generated content and other participatory media,
why he is not a fan of the Creative Commons movement, his views on
the economics of broadband video, and more...

[itvt] Radio: The Interactive TV Month in Review










In this recorded episode of [itvt]'s talk radio show, "The TV of Tomorrow
Show with Tracy Swedlow," a panel of high-profile interactive TV
experts-- Patrick Donoghue , VP of interactive TV product management at
Time Warner Cable ; industry analyst, Leslie Ellis (author of the column,
" Translation Please "); Bill Niemeyer , chief of analysis and research at
BlackArrow ; David Preisman , VP of interactive television at Showtime
Networks ; and Lori Schwartz , SVP and director of the Interpublic Emerging

[itvt] Radio: Mark Goldenson, Founder and CEO of Broadband Video

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This recorded episode of [itvt]'s talk radio show, "The TV of
Tomorrow Show with Tracy Swedlow," features Mark Goldenson ,
founder and CEO of PlayCafe.com , a company which streams live,
free-to-play game shows that allow viewers to play along, chat with
hosts and other players, form teams, contribute questions, and win
prizes (note: earlier this week, Ken Jennings, the holder of the record
...

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