Technicolor Launches Multi-Screen Platform

Technicolor's MediaNavi multi-screen content platform is reportedly designed "to make navigating the universe of content simple, seamless and social for consumers." It's intended for cable, telco, and satellite providers as well as consumer electronics manufactu...

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Technicolor medianavi tablet Dragon Screen Shot WebreadyTechnicolor's MediaNavi multi-screen content platform is reportedly designed "to make navigating the universe of content simple, seamless and social for consumers." It's intended for cable, telco, and satellite providers as well as consumer electronics manufacturers.

The cross-platform/cross-operating system user experience was demonstrated for the first time at CES and is expected to be available for trial this spring. It uses advanced metadata techniques combined with a multi-screen, touch enabled interface. It also has a backstage view into the content details in a manner that keeps the detail on the MediaNavi device and the main programming on the consumer's big screen TV.
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