12.01.2004 10:28 AM
Academy honors Digeo with Emmy for Moxi Media Center interface


The National Television Academy recently awarded Digeo with an Emmy for its Moxi Media Center User Interface, the Moxi Menu.

The National Television Academy honored Digeo in mid-November with an Advanced Media Technology Emmy for its development of the Moxi Media Center User Interface, the Moxi Menu.

Over the last three years, the company worked on developing an interface capable of handling cable's expanding menu of content and services.

The Moxi Media Center is being deployed in more than 25 markets through cable providers, including Adelphia and Charter Communications. Comcast and Sunflower Broadband also plan to deploy the Moxi Media Center.

Among the interface’s unique features is the ability to browse programming by category, such as HDTV, movies, sports, kids, news, music, games and photos.

For more information, visit www.digeo.com.

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