Super-early-bird registration for [itvt]'s seventh annual TV of Tomorrow Show (June 25th-26th, 2013, at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco) ends at midnight tonight, February 28th.
Super-early-bird registration allows you to attend the TV of Tomorrow Show for just $775, representing a savings of $500 off the regular price of a ticket (and guaranteeing you a seat at this limited-attendance event).
Interview: Cognitive Networks' New CEO, Michael Collette, on Developing Automatic Content Recognition (ACR) Technology for Smart TV
- TVOT 2013 Will Feature Three Tracks, Close to 200 Expert Speakers and Panelists, and the Presentation of the 10th Annual Awards for Leadership in Interactive and Multiplatform Television
- Expanded Venue Will Accommodate Event's Rapid Growth
- Tickets on Sale Now: Special Early-Bird and Group Rates Available
Interview: Delivery Agent CEO, Mike Fitzsimmons, on Samsung's Integration of the Delivery Agent Tcommerce Platform with its Smart TV's
The search is over. I've been looking around for some time for market data on smart-TV shipments, and it's been relatively elusive--until now. Earlier this year, DisplaySearch, a long-established market data company, started publishing their smart-TV report.
I intended to write this wrap-up column on Second Screens and the Olympics on Monday. But the events of Saturday morning suggested to me that a preface was in order. Let me also say that, in additional to being a baseball junkie, I am a news junkie. And my college journalism mentor is never far from my shoulder.
Mitt Romney announced on Friday that he would be announcing his VP pick on Saturday morning from Norfolk, VA. All the news outlets--print, radio, television and digital--had plenty of advance notice.
It feels like the ACR business is starting to shift gears. Whereas last year, I think the market was working to grock the scope and importance of ACR and its ability to connect devices and cloud services to traditional TV, now it seems like we're digging in a bit and starting to figure out how to actually do all this stuff.
--A+E Networks Taps thePlatform for Online Video
--Audible Magic Awarded Three Automatic Content Recognition (ACR) Patents
--Accelerated Media Integrates Audible Magic's ACR Solutions into its ITV Technology
Because the [itvt] editorial team has been working on The TV of Tomorrow Show 2012, we are covering stories in this issue in round-up/summary format.
--Multiple Oscar Winners and Nominees to Be Featured on Cable VOD during Academy Awards Run-Up
--Samsung in European Connected-TV Deal with Fashion TV
--Shazam Brings ACR-Powered Interactivity to Shows on Syfy, E!, USA Network
Due to the large volume of news generated by the recent 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), we are covering stories in this issue in round-up/summary format. We anticipate that it will take us several more days to process all the news from the show: so if your company has sent us a press release or briefed us on an announcement, and you don't yet see your news covered in this issue, please bear with us.
--Topics Covered Include Interactive TV Advertising, VOD and Dynamic Ad Insertion, ACR, HTML5, Social TV, New Multiplatform Market Opportunities, and More
--Download the Report Here
Canoe Ventures has just published an in-depth report on TVOT NYC Intensive, the annual New York edition of [itvt]'s TV of Tomorrow Show, which took place Monday, December 5th in Midtown Manhattan. Canoe was the premiere sponsor of the event.
-- ACR Provider Gives Sneak Peak of New Technology at TVOT NYC Intensive
Audible Magic said it will introduce a live TV identification and synchronization service at the Consumer Electronics Show next month in Las Vegas which will be able to identify TV content even if it is live, reality-based material. The automatic content recognition technology provider is also giving attendees at The TV Of Tomorrow Show in New York Monday a sneak peak of the technology. Audible Magic has an exhibit at the TVOT NYC Intensive conference.