TV-Anytime News

The 2015 maintenance phase is now completed. The new part 3-1 can be downloaded from the links provided on the right of this page, as well as the updated set of validated schemas and classification scheme collected in a zip archive. 

EBU TV-Anytime News

The 2015 maintenance phase is now completed. The new part 3-1 can be downloaded from the links provided on the right of this page, as well as the updated set of validated schemas and classification scheme collected in a zip archive. 

Scope

Status

Membership

Maintenance

Where do you find TV-Anytime?

Licensing

The Organization

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WG Business Model

WG System and Content Referencing

WG Metadata

WG Rights Management and Protection 

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If you want to know more about TV-Anytime, you are invited to read the following book from Alberto Gil and Rafael Sotelo from the University of Vigo..

Title: "TV-Anytime: paving the way for personalized TV"

Authors: Alberto Gil and Rafael Sotelo

Ed. Springer

http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-642-36766-3/page/1

http://www.amazon.com/TV-Anytime-Paving-Way-Personalized-TV/dp/3642367674

Articles

https://decipherconsultancy.wordpress.com/2015/01/23/three-little-words-that-mean-three-very-different-things-for-tv/

 

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