The UK’s Channel 4 has confirmed that during this month over five million people will have registered with the broadcaster as it builds on the programme launched by David Abraham in 2011 to give viewers a more personalised experience.
The NOS sports summer app for smart TV is now available on Philips, Samsung and LG sets with a version for Sony due soon. NOS Sport offers live streaming and on-demand programming from FIFA Euro 2012 and the Summer Olympics.
Channel 4 has announced multiplatform coverage of a range of sports at the Paralympic Games.
Channel 4 is partnering with newly launched social TV venture Zeebox for its new reality series Desperate Scousewives.
RTS – CAMBRIDGE. Channel 4’s Future and Digital Media Ad Sales team are to use viewer data taken from registration profiles to deliver demographic breakdowns of its VOD audiences.
Sony is releasing a software update for its PlayStation 3 devices to allow broadband users to stream content on-demand from ITV Player and Channel 4’s 4oD service.
Project Canvas has announced that Channel 4 and, significantly, internet service provider TalkTalk have signed up to the connected TV project. The six partners, which also include BBC, ITV, Five and BT, will now seek intentions of interest from other potential partners.
Channel 4 is to launch its second high definition channel on the Sky HD platform before Christmas.
YouTube today announced a new Shows section of its site for UK users, bringing together in one place full length programming and clips from Channel 4, BBC Worldwide, ITN, Fremantle and others.
The BBC has given details of the timetable for the rollout of high definition signals on the terrestrial transmission network.