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Parse announced new SDKs for Apple Watch and Apple TV. While its original SDK for Apple Watch (watchOS 1) launched earlier this year, the SDK for watchOS 2 includes the entire Parse experience. The SDK for tvOS brings immersive capabilities to applications built for Apple TV.
Facebook announced new tools that broadcasters can use to better interact with a TV audience. The API-driven tools provide new points of engagement, decision, and display.
Apple has revealed that it will release an open API, allowing developers to access the next generation Apple TV's new universal search feature.
Recent additions to the ProgrammableWeb directory include six APIs, source code snippets for Vine, and .Net libraries for LinkedIn developers.
Launch of new Trakt website and API caught some Trakt third-party app developers completely by surprise, highlighting the importance of an API deprecation policy.
Financial analyst notes reveal speculation that Apple TV has been turned into a platform with APIs that runs on iOS devices (including the upcoming iPads)
CloudOpt Delivers Speed-As-a-Service in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The BBC aims to put its APIs under a single platform.
Cognitive Networks lands patent for Smart TV. New Russian data law has potentially far-reaching international consequences. Plus: Microsoft opens Xbox Music to App Makers, and Evernote focuses on African developers.
clypd, television advertising platform and service provider, has launched an API for television advertising: the TVonTap API. The API represents a fundamental shift in the TV ad space, as the API allows for automation. Automation enables the ability for TV ads to be driven by data and should alter the methods by which ad space is bought and sold.
Filmon.tv has announced a set of APIs that allow online publishers and developers to take advantage of its huge selection of content from NBC, CBS, FOX and ABC in twelve major US cities, and more.
Grabyo recently opened its doors as a TV clip sharing service. Alongside its go to market lies the Grabyo API that allows developers to integrate Grabyo functionality with third party apps and sites. Grabyo describes itself as "the ultimate second screen experience."
Jinni, television and movie taste engine, has expanded its API to include a feature that discovers movies and shows that more than one viewer will enjoy: Watch Together. The Watch Together feature expands the discovery engine API to include social functionality (e.g. makes recommendations based on the tastes of multiple, disparate tastes). Based on multiple profiles of a group that would like to watch a show together, Watch Together makes a recommendation.
Boxfish, television discovery startup, released an improved TV discovery app this past week. With the new release, Boxfish decided to make its technology available to third parties via an API. Boxfish allows the use of natural language to search for particular topics currently discussed on TV, or users can find out what is currently most popular on tv. The thought behind the API aims to empower other providers.
For those hooked on their favourite series or programme, or for any kind of TV enthusiast, having access to detailed information on TV shows, blockbuster premieres or even local news is key. TitanTV is a free online TV guide service that claims to provide the most accurate over-the-air cable and satellite channel line-up's for a user's specific area, using it's patented geo-location technology. TitanTV provides the TitanTV API that allow users to access this functionality.
For avid fans of television and film, Follow.it provides a platform to discuss, review, recommend, make connections with other like-minded enthusiasts and indulge in general movie banter. Follow.it also provides an easy to use the Follw.it API that allows developers to integrate its functionalities with other applications.
The Open Spreety API sticks a TV and a TV guide in your program. According to the API webpage, you can have users search for shows by title, genre, and by the decade the show was produced, among other criteria. Despite all the pay walls and cable costs, Open Spreety says there is so much free content out there from the mainstream media that viewers can get lost in the forest of choices.
The Applicaster Video API: Helping Broadcasters Conquer the Living Room, the Tablet, the Phone, and the World
Are you in the business of selling video content? How will you broadcast it? The Applicaster API aims to help answer that increasingly complex question. Where once it was a matter of getting on a network, now it's an issue of delivering experiences over mobile, synching, caching and live streaming, coping with connectivity issues, and providing an Airplay experience.
Our API directory now includes 50 television APIs. The newest is the Fliqz API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the BBC API. We list 28 BBC mashups. Below you'll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of television APIs.