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TELEVISION ACADEMY ANNOUNCES IT HAS OPENED UP ACCESS TO 3RD PARTY DEVELOPERS IN CELEBRATION OF THE 64TH PRIMETIME EMMY® AWARDS
NoHo Arts District, CA, September 7, 2012 – The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced today that is has opened access that will allow 3rd party developers the opportunity to integrate content in their own applications that will enhance the viewer experience for the 64th Primetime Emmy® Awards.
Developers that choose to participate will have the opportunity to integrate various assets provided by the Television Academy including its website’s private online media center, Dropbox account, and the show rundown and awards order for the telecast. Additionally, participants will have real time access to behind the scenes photos from the red carpet, awards show and Governors Ball along with the potential to access live video streams of the aforementioned events.
To participate, developers will need to fill out an application …more.
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Eden Tyler directed this AWESOME “Splash Mob” commercial for “Clean & Clear” in Buenos Aires, Argentina with:
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This photo is of Bo’s helicopter he can put almost any camera on including a RED Camera and fly it anywhere!
Noam Lovinsky (second from left) and his team at YouTube are refocusing the brand on channels that will play on any platform. Photo: Ariel Zambelich/Wired
YouTube rolled out a new app for the PS3 yesterday. This might not sound like a big deal, but the new app is just the first salvo in a war for your living room, one powered by an all-new channel-driven YouTube.
Remember YouTube? You could use it to watch baby pandas sneezing, or a kid named David riding home from the dentist hopped up on drugs. YouTube grew into an 800-million-viewer megolith largely on the strength of one-off uploads that were 21st-century versions of America’s Funniest Home Videos. Along the way it spawned its own stars and even series, including Lonelygirl15, The Gregory Brothers, and of course, um, Fred. It spawned its own genres, like reaction videos …more.
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