Project Canvas director Richard Halton has said openness is behind the plan to create a platform for the next generation of internet-connected TV devices.
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Miniweb has secured a position on the first page of the Sky Interactive Menu. It follows a reorganisation of the guide that leaves NHS Direct as the only service to populate the second page.
Interactive service provider TV Keys has announced the commercial launch of its TV Keys service. The long awaited addition to the Sky interactive portfolio comes at a time when many channels are withdrawing from the Red Button arena. Channel 4 is scheduled to end the use of the Red Button for commercial activity at the […]
IBC 2008 Stand IP251 Miniweb is taking its broadcast and broadband interactive services platform into Europe. The system, running on Sky under the TV Keys brand Miniweb allows broadcasters, network operators, content owners and advertisers to easily and cost effectively deliver new services that monetise viewer see, search and spend actions.
Interactive content service provider Miniweb has secured access to $32 million funding as it looks to extend its service internationally. The funding is lead by Meritage Funds in Denver, Colorado and DeGeorge Holdings III, Nevada.
Interactive service provider Miniweb has appointed Andrew Carver as its Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The move is designed to further strengthen Miniweb’s management team and drive its international growth.
An estimated 65 million households worldwide had the capability of viewing internet video on their television set at the end of 2008.
Research shows that an estimated 65 million households worldwide had the capability of viewing internet video on their television set at the end of 2008.
Miniweb has launched its much-anticipated TV Key service on the Sky Digital platform. The service went live on April 29 and is available to all 8.8 million DTH subscribers through the interactive menu and individual channels that adopt the TV Keys system.
French IPTV platform Free has introduced a new feature that allows subscribers to ‘broadcast’ their websites on television.