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Israeli firm Jinni has signed seven licensing agreements for its clever new semantic discovery engine for video guides, including US cableco Time Warner Cable.
Israeli firm Jinni has developed a new content discovery engine which combines natural language understanding (NLU) with voice-activated search to enable users to tell their TV what kind of programme or film they wish to see.
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Netflix strikes exclusive deal with Disney/ABC
BT Sport channels free with BT broadband
Telefónica launches Movistar TV
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By Dr. Ofer Weintraub
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March 13th, 2013
By Spyros Sakellariou
Podcast: Multiscreen video, consumer expectations and user-generated contentIn this podcast, we speak to Steve McCaffery, VP and...
March 8th, 2013
By Jamie Beach