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Reimagining the timeline: behind our Second Screen web app

Reimagining the timeline: behind our Second Screen web app | Medialia | Scoop.it

The Guardian: "Pulling together the vast mass of Olympics-related updates - blog posts, tweets, pictures, results, and more - in a single app for tablet created a bunch of design challenges."


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The Hybrid Media Challenge - Broadcasters vs the Force

The Hybrid Media Challenge - Broadcasters vs the Force | Medialia | Scoop.it

Gary Hayes at the Media140 conference discusses: "high level challenges for broadcasters trying to truly integrate fiction, factual and entertainment with social, mobile and 2nd screen (or synch services)" …


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App-TV -IZER // The Boxfish Live iPad app searches every word spoken and trending on television

App-TV -IZER // The Boxfish Live iPad app searches every word spoken and trending on television | Medialia | Scoop.it

Today Boxfish is officially throwing its hat into the ring after a soft launch earlier this year. At the time, Boxfish fully revealed its plans: Capture every word being spoken on television, load them into its database, make it searchable via its app. But this first iteration was more or less a Web test drive, where we could search and discover television content, but the operation stopped there. Now, the Palo Alto-based startup is lifting the curtain off its official product, an iPad app that allows you to search for TV content in real-time and then acts as a remote, changing the channel to the results as you want to view.


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Neue Transmedia-Redaktionslinie gefällig? The BBC's approach to companion experiences

Our editorial approach to companion experiences is three fold:

• Build on existing audience needs and behaviour

• Go beyond broadcast

• Drive creative renewal and innovation

We want to immerse our audience in the programme they're watching even more by building on the existing needs and behaviours the show inspires. We've learned a lot about this from years of programme-related experimentation on BBC Red Button and BBC Online.

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