Category Archives: Web-connected TV

NoTube exploits the richness of data on the Web to enhance the TV experience (video)

This video summarizes the NoTube approach to open source software that allows you to exploit the richness of data on the Web to enhance the TV experience. We analyze social web user activities to create continuously evolving user profiles. We … Continue reading

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Paper on NoTube’s HBB Scenarios

Following the investigations about the common ground of NoTube and HbbTV we did last year (see our blog post), we concluded this activity with a White Paper contributing our¬†experiences and visions to future specifications of HbbTV and, of course, also … Continue reading

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NoTube and HbbTV

Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV (HbbTV) is a pan-European initiative that aims at complementing the broadcasting of informative, educative or entertaining audio-visual and textual content to the consumers via broadband. Version 1.1.1.06 of the specification was standardised by ETSI in June … Continue reading

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