03.22.2004 12:00 PM
Gotuit Media teams with Scripps Networks for VOD trials on Time Warner Cable

Gotuit Media, a provider of navigation technology and indexing services for on-demand content, announced that it has reached an agreement to power Scripps VOD products including Home & Garden Television On Demand, Food Network On Demand, DIY On Demand and Fine Living On Demand.

Initial trials are in place with Time Warner Cable of Maine and will leverage Gotuit’s next-generation VOD technology to provide cable subscribers with complete control over their viewing experience.

Under terms of the agreement, the Scripps content will be enhanced with Gotuit’s technology, providing Scripps Networks’ on-demand viewers with direct access to segments of programs. Using a standard remote control, viewers can select segments of a stored program and immediately watch those parts of the show.

Gotuit On Demand is a patented indexing technology that combines segment metadata with on-demand video content, allowing consumers to quickly access the parts of a show in which they are the most interested. Gotuit works with both cable operators and content owners to provide viewers with direct access to the very best moments in television.

For more information, visit: www.gotuit.com.

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