Interactive TV Headlines Round-Up (I): Amino, ATSC, BBC, Adobe Systems, Boxee, Comcast, boxPay, Brightcove, Zencoder
As most of you are probably aware, [itvt]'s daily news reporting was on hiatus for a few weeks, because our editorial team was working on the TV of Tomorrow Show and then taking a post-event break. We are covering the news we have missed via a series of headline round-ups, and will then resume daily news production. We expect it will take us a few more days to catch up with all recent developments, so if you have sent us a press release or briefed us about a piece of news, and don't yet see it covered here, please bear with us.
- Amino Secures "Substantial" HD Set-Top Box Contract from "Major" South Eastern European Operator
- Amino Releases Interim Results for Six Months Ended May 31st
- ATSC Adopts A/103 Standard for Transmission of Non-Real-Time Digital TV Content
- BBC Using Adobe's Primetime Highlights and Primetime Simulcast to Deliver Live Olympics Coverage to Smartphones, Tablets, PC's and Connected TV's
- BlackBoxTV Launches Facebook Connect-Powered Interactive Video, "Trapped"
- Boxee, Comcast Settle Dispute over Encrypted Cable TV
- Boxee Launches Cloud-Based Video-Sharing Service, Cloudee
- boxPay Launches Connected-TV In-App Payment Service
- Brightcove to Acquire Cloud-Based Video-Encoding Service/Open Source HTML5 Video Player Provider, Zencoder
Brightcove Revenues Up 41% Year-over-Year