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Rovi & TP Vision enter multi-year licensing agreement

Rovi has entered into a multi-year patent license agreement with TP Vision. The licensing terms grant TP Vision use of Rovi’s discovery patent portfolio for its Philips-branded TV models and related second-screen companion applications and services across multiple international regions.

“This is an important agreement that reinforces the long-term value and relevance of Rovi’s patent portfolio for both traditional and next-generation entertainment platforms,” explains Samir Armaly, executive vice president, Worldwide Intellectual Property and Licensing, Rovi. “Rovi has had a long-standing, historical licensing relationship for Philips-branded products, so we are pleased to close this new agreement and, more broadly, continue to support features and functionality that are central to multi-screen entertainment discovery and enjoyment.”

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