09.09.2009 02:42 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Never.no to feature Community TV, Interactivity Desk

At IBC2009, never.no will showcase enhancements to its applications that allow existing and aspiring broadcasters to engage viewers and consumers on the Internet and on traditional on-air television.

Using Web 2.0 applications, never.no has created Community TV, a suite of TV and Internet broadcast applications that provides complete high-quality broadcast integration of user-submitted content. At IBC2009, never.no will highlight upgrades to the Community TV platform that improve template management, paging and filtering to support handling of metadata attached to videos and enable content contributors to add Web links and embedded video to the platform’s CommunitySite component.

The company also will highlight Interactivity Desk (ID), a software tool for on-air and off-air editorial control of interactive and participation formats in all media. ID reads various forms of viewer contribution data, including text, images, audio and video, and enables the editor to moderate, edit and sort the data before submission to the broadcast systems, blogs, Internet pages or STB or IPTV middleware.

See never.no at IBC2009 in Stand 2A40.

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