Multiple Approaches to MULTI-SCREEN

October 2011
CED;Oct2011 Supplement, p1
Trade Publication
The article offers news briefs related to multi-screen delivery approaches in the U.S. The multi-screen delivery commercialization pave the way for the roll out of several applications from companies. Comcast Corp., Cablevision Systems Corp. and Time Warner Cable Inc. innovated their own multi-screen applications, while Virgin Media Inc. and StarHub Ltd. get SeaChange to impose and manage its multi-screen delivery. Multi-screen architecture of several companies are also featured.


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