|By Business Wire||
|April 18, 2014 11:15 AM EDT||
Giga Entertainment Media (GEM), a media technology development company, today announced its GIGANETTV proprietary technology – allowing 30 synchronized real-time content streams on one site – officially launched at the 2014 National Association of Broadcasters Show (NAB Show®) and received an overwhelming response from a wide range of industry leaders attending the show.
Senior-level executives from more than 500 companies said they see the technology as integral to their business and want to adopt it as soon as possible. GEM has already begun discussing transactions with many of the companies, which include well-known brands from around the world.
The technology will be available immediately to cable, satellite and Telco providers and their subscribers worldwide through a white label licensing program. The purchase of TV boxes or other clumsy equipment is not required. To see GIGANETTV demonstrate its breakthrough technology on iPad during the NAB Show, click on the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Li9j-vN1xig#aid=P-a7vFNoq8U.
In an email to the GEM management team following NAB, David Jones, Business Development Manager, BPL Broadcast, UK, said, “It was a pleasure meeting you and really great to see your innovative platform. In all honesty, I haven’t seen anything as good as your technology, and we would love to have you as central part of our show. The focus of our show is technologies that enhance the way content is delivered. Your product is exactly the type of our show was set up to showcase.”
John Anderson, chief executive officer of GEM, said, "We could not be happier with the overwhelming response to our technology at the NAB Show. The reception of our business model and strategy to provide cable, satellite and Telco providers with a much-needed value-added, multi-platform presence resonated strongly with attendees. The excitement was palpable and has opened many doors for our white labeling team.”
A GIGANETTV subscriber will have the ability to view multiple simultaneous content streams by controlling the viewing and communications interfaces in real time. On a single site, subscribers can access live cable channel lineups, movies, NETFLIX, HULU, YouTube, social networks, web search, email, text, blog, join single or multiple live personal or group chats, conference, Skype, play video games and record -- all in HD on simultaneous multiple PIP (picture-in-picture) expandable, shrinkable and movable floating screens. Users are also offered buy-now options with an advanced programming guide, scrolling, newsfeeds and alerts.
About NAB Show®
NAB Show® is the world's largest electronic media show covering filmed entertainment and the development, management and delivery of content across all mediums. With more than 93,000 Attendees from 156 countries and 1,550+ Exhibitors, NAB Show is the ultimate marketplace for digital media and entertainment. From creation to consumption, across multiple platforms and countless nationalities, NAB Show is home to the solutions that transcend traditional broadcasting and embrace content delivery to new devices in new ways.
About Giga Entertainment Media
Giga Entertainment Media (GEM) is a media technology development company that provides unique interactive viewing and communications enhancement features, such as existing live programming, VOD and movie lineups, to worldwide cable, satellite, Telco, and other content providers and their subscribers.
With its GIGANETTV Brand consumer-friendly entertainment service, GEM allows the transmission and receipt of multiple (30) simultaneous live content streams, enabling the user to control the viewing and communications interfaces in real time by adjusting the size and location of viewing windows. On a single site, consumers can access live cable channel lineups, movies, social networks, web search, email, text, blog, join single or multiple live personal or group chats, conference, Skype, play video games and record -- all in HD on simultaneous multiple PIP (picture-in-picture) expandable, shrinkable and movable floating screens. Users are also offered buy-now options with an advanced programming guide, scrolling, newsfeeds and alerts.
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