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Posts Tagged ‘CES 2014’

CES: Roku not only makes products for TVs, it now makes TVs

roku_logo_lRoku has come a long way since last year’s CES, when it first announced the Roku Streaming Stick – a device that allowed consumers to essentially turn any TV into a smart TV. This year at CES, Roku has introduced Roku TV, its own line of hardware. TCL and Hisense will manufacture the TVs, but it will be Roku-branded and will encompass everything that makes Roku distinct. Read more

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CES: Samsung and Fandango give you movie trailers, ticket purchasing ability

FANDANGO LOGOIn September 2013, Samsung integrated Fandango’s showtimes, ticketing, and movie trailers into its GALAXY Note 3 devices in an effort to bolster its own content recommendation service, ‘Here and Now.’ Read more

CES: Toshiba smart TVs to integrate Samba, close gap between linear TV and the web

samba_logo5Last year at CES, Samba TV demonstrated its new platform, which automatically syncs with live TV shows, and serves as a recommendation engine for related online videos and other relevant shows. At CES 2014, Samba TV has announced that its technology will be integrated into Toshiba smart TVs. New Toshiba owners will be able to use their remotes, tablets, phones, or computers to browse apps, gain access to exclusive content, and share clips with friends via Facebook and Twitter via their TVs. Read more

CES: Cisco and Innovid partner to bring real-time contextual advertising to the second screen

timthumbAt CES this year, two very different companies – Innovid and Cisco – will unveil a powerful solution for advertisers: second screen advertising based on relevant keywords spoken in television shows. Innovid, a company founded in 2007, has been providing video advertising solutions to markers through its own ad network. Cisco’s contribution to the partnership will be via Contexta, the company’s cloud-based system that analyzes television content in real-time and generates metadata based on the analysis. Read more

CES: 4 is better than 1, Ixonos Super App generates multiple revenue streams in one place

ixonosmodA big trend at CES 2014 is second screen advertising revenue. At the CES 2nd Screen Summit on Monday Helsinki-based Ixonos - a platinum sponsor of the event – will unveil the Ixonos Super App, which allows broadcasters to split a tablet screen into four quadrants and generate multiple revenue streams within the same app. Read more