Rovi and Sharp Sign Worldwide License Agreement

November 2011
Telephone IP News;Nov2011, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p1
Trade Publication
The article announces the signing of a multi-year license agreement beginning in 2011 between Rovi Corporation and Sharp Corporation. It offers an explanation of Rovi guidance solutions including the interactive program guide (IPG), Rovi TotalGuide (TM), and G-Guide (R) which will be used in Sharp's recorders, television, and players. An overview of Sharp's digital technologies and Rovi Corporation's entertainment discovery solutions is presented.


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