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ANT adds social media and associated content to streaming application

ANT, an established provider of software and services for the delivery of digital TV, today announced the latest features to be added to its multiscreen app, ANT Galio Move.
North Hykeham(9/6/2012) -

ANT, an established provider of software and services for the delivery of digital TV, today announced the latest features to be added to its multiscreen app, ANT Galio Move. Having been first launched at IBC 2011, ANT Galio Move now enables viewers to both watch TV and interact with social media on the same screen. And, by analysing programme metadata it can provide links to additional associated online content.

ANT Galio Move allows consumers to stream live and recorded TV to tablets and smartphones anywhere in the home. Viewers can watch the same programme or another live or recorded programme on their connected devices without interrupting the main TV. The application connects to the TV device using Wi-Fi enabling consumers to manage recordings, access additional programme information and quickly navigate through the touch screen EPG.

Now, as viewers look for a more interactive tablet and smartphone TV viewing experience, ANT Galio Move has been enhanced to enable users to update Facebook or Twitter while they watch TV content on the companion device. ANT Galio Move intelligently suggests the appropriate hashtags on Twitter and presents additional, relevant online content to the viewer. By using programme metadata from broadcast signals, the intelligent application can provide links to Wikipedia for additional programme and actor information, movie trailers on YouTube, or a soundtrack on iTunes.

“For TV device manufacturers ANT Galio Move provides significant FTA (Free-to-Air) product differentiation, while for broadcasters and operators, it enhances and adds value to an existing service,” said Pauline Ingram, Acting CEO at ANT. “ANT Galio Move’s direct connection to the TV device is key to delivering additional, relevant, associated content and intelligent social media integration.”

ANT will be showcasing the latest ANT Galio Move enhancements for the first time at the IBC show in Amsterdam 7-11 September 2012.

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