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Vidora wants to develop a Future TV Platform with Better Analytics and Viewing Behavior Profiles

Vidora update provides flexible monetization options, a platform for both on-demand and live content, and deep insights in user profiles across channels, to build the platform to 'enable the Future of TV'.
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Chromecast: Google’s answer to AppleTV and Samsung Link

Google has introduced Chromcast, a new hardware device today that enables you to stream (video) content from your mobile phone, tablet or laptop to a TV.
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No Google TV announcement during the Google IO Keynote

Google just finished the keynote that started their yearly Google I/O event and (as expected) there were no big announcements or updates for Google TV. But with Android 4.2.2 Google TV did receive the much needed update to compete with platforms
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YouTube’s new Social Redesign brings more focus on Channels and Subscriptions

YouTube's interface gets a big update with less distraction, less buttons and a cleaner interface. Read more about YouTube's Redesign!
New interface for YouTube TV

How YouTube wants to be like TV

YouTube TV works on any screen that has a browser and can be controlled by most mobile devices. Read more about this renewed YouTube experience!
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The Great Connected Television Debate: Will The Internet Be The End Of Television As We Know It? (IBC 2012)

During the IBC 2012 session 'The Great Connected Television Debate: Will The Internet Be The End Of Television As We Know It? (IBC 2012)' two teams were speaking for and against this will debate whether the emergence of video devices
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The Great Connected Television Debate: Anthony Rose (Zeebox) on The End Of Television As We Know It

A summary of Mr. Rose's perspective during 'The Great Connected Television Debate: Will The Internet Be The End Of Television As We Know It' during IBC 2012.
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The Connected Viewer & ConnectedTV at IBC 2012

With over the top content delivery, second screen interaction and multiscreen 'TV everywhere' solutions the connected TV gets a dominant place within the living room and outside.