IBC 2012 – AMSTERDAM. Stand 14.552. Hilversum=based software and app developer has launched iFanzy, the first TV guide for the second screen on the iPad.
Nearly half of all 16-24 year olds use messaging, email, Facebook or Twitter to discuss what they are viewing on TV, according to a new report from Deloitte.
BSkyB has directly entered the internet TV market with a standalone service that will be available on a cross platform basis.
The Dutch premium football channel Eredivisie Live is launching its TV everywhere app on August in conjunction with the country’s largest cable operator Ziggo. Called Eredivisie Live Go, it will give viewers access to all live matches everywhere.
CNN and Facebook have partnered to offer a social experience for CNN’s on-air, mobile and online audiences and Facebook’s more than 160 million US users.
French private broadcaster M6 is launching a new second screen application called Devant ma TV (in front of my TV).
SecondScreen Networks, a New York-based social TV company that allows TV broadcast ads to sync in real time with websites and mobile devices, is partnering with Webrangers,
Brightcove has unveiled an app cloud dual-screen solution for Apple TV. The new solution enables media publishers to develop rich content apps for the iPhone and iPad
Dutch based FTTH provider Glashart Media is launching live iPad streaming around the house to its TV customers. Using a TV app, developed by Hilversum-based Stoneroos Interactive, viewers can see ten live channels.
ANGA CABLE 2012 – Cologne. Deutsche Telekom is preparing to launch a TV everywhere service called Entertain2Go for tablets, PCs and smartphones.