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Melita’s announcement that its subscribers now can watch some TV channels both on their TV sets and on their smartphones and tablets effectively means that the so-called ‘second screen’ is now officially available in Malta, albeit still as a beta.
ESPN's Patrick Stiegman told attendees of the Online News Association's annual conference that the sports giant has stopped thinking about the "second screen" and instead focuses on being on the closest screen available to the user.
The two-pronged research project will measure how consumers and content creators incorporate second screen to interact with media. The findings will be presented in January 2014 at the International CES and NATPE Market & Conference.
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