Posts Tagged ‘discoverability’

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Yap TV: an ecosystem for social networking, mobile and traditional TV

The New York Times recently wrote about the increasing importance of social networking for TV programmers, the gist being that TV show runners are thinking about social media integration from the inception of the project. That’s smart thinking in an environment in which social networking has become the fastest-growing mobile content category in the U.S. the numbers are staggering: as of December 2010, nearly 58 million mobile subscribers now use their mobile devices to log on to a social networking site at least monthly.

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Getfugu: Redefining Mobile Search

Getfugu is a carrier agnostic, platform agnostic mobile search platform, which integrates image recognition, voice recognition, and location recognition into a single customizable application. The Getfugu platform will be available for 97% of the mobile phones available (over 3.3 billion handsets) worldwide. Getfugu also offers the a mobile hot-spotting commerce platform. MobilizedTV recently had the opportunity to speak with Bernard Stolar, CEO of Getfugu and Rich Jenkins, co-founder and head of business development.

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Mobile 2.0 at Digital Hollywood

Digital Hollywood started on Monday, May 4, and MobilizedTV covered a panel on “The Mobile Platform 2.0: Establishing the Personalized Video, Music and Communications Experience” moderated by Ted Cohen, managing partner at TAG Strategic and panelists Dan Schiappa, GM, mobile advertising experiences, platform, Microsoft; Edwin Aoki, technology fellow, AOL; Albert B. Chu, vp, marketing & alliances, ACCESS Systems America; Tom Ellsworth, CEO, GoTV; Matt Murphy, SVP, Digital Video Distribution, ESPN; Anthony Bontrager, president, 1Cast; and Tom Conrad, CTO, Pandora.

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Networks/Broadcasters Look at Mobile Television

Panelists from Disney/ABC/ESPN, MTV Networks, GoTV and FloTV, among others, debate the present and future opportunities of mobile television. Will broadcast network brands struggle as they move to the mobile platform? Or will broadcasters’ programming and marketing savvy make them dominant players in mobile television?

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WheelsTV & Azuki Partner for Mobile Vehicle Channel

WheelsTV started online ten years ago as a site for car reviews. Next it became a digital network, licensing its content to distributors like Comcast and AOL and sites like Auto Trader and Vehix. Now, it’s going mobile, thanks to a partnership with Azuki.

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