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This week saw the launch of Facebook, Twitter, Last.fm and "instant-on" HD video from Zune on Microsoft's Xbox Live service, as well as the premiere of the second season of the service's avatar-driven interactive TV game show, "1 vs. 100 Live" (see the articles published on itvt.com, November 10th and 16th).
Earlier this week, Sezmi, a company that has developed a set-top box-based offering which it bills as "combining traditional TV content, movies and Internet video in a single, easy-to-use product and service," announced that it had secured $25 million in new funding and had launched a three-month public pilot in Los Angeles, in preparation for a nationwide launch next year.
Interactive TV authoring solutions provider, Ensequence, recently announced that it had secured an additional $20 million in funding, and that it had appointed Peter Low, who was formerly president and COO, as president and CEO (see the article published on itvt.com, September 21st).
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In this recorded episode of [itvt]'s newly renamed talk radio show, "Radio [i]tvt," Robert Hayes, SVP and general manager of digital media at Showtime Networks, and Andre Sala, the company's manager of digital content distribution, discuss Showtime's various interactive digital media initiatives, including new interactive video games it has created for the sh
Los Angeles-based ConciseClick recently developed an interactive video commerce service for toymaker Mattel's new http://www.MattelShop.com site. The company's rollover-and-click technology provides viewers of videos on the site with descriptions, pricing information, and the ability to immediately drop featured products into a shopping cart.