SimulTV Knocks Second Screen Down To One

Tarr, Greg
June 2013
TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics;6/3/2013, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p52
Trade Publication
Product Review
The article offers information on the beta site for an online television (TV) viewing application that combines live social engagement and TV viewing without the need for two screens, which will be fully launched in June 2013 by a global TV platform SimulTV.


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