The silt-workshop is always a popular activity. [Photo & Text: sa] The Ecosa group helps to plant grape vines in a prepared field. They also help to plant some corn with the Agriculture department crew. [Photo & Text: Yuki Y] April 25, 2005The The One lunch during this visit is a FRUGAL MEAL. The group sits in a circle with simple soup and bread to remember people less fortunate. After some minutes of silence, people share thoughts about hunger and related issues. [Photo Yuki Y & Text: sa]
Tvinci will exhibit at IBC on stand 3.C46 Pay-OTT Platform provider Tvinci will showcase its fully-deployed social and personal OTT 2.0 platform at IBC.Tvinci said it will demo the platform in a bid to show how pay TV operators, telecoms operators and media companies can create personalised, social pay-TV experiences for consumers across a range of connected devices.“We are the first platform provider to give media companies and operators the ability to manage each end user within the household. This enables consumers to enjoy a personal TV service with favourites, social newsfeeds, notifications and many other features which can only be deployed once we have an understanding of each individual’s preferences, social interactions and viewing history,” said Ido Wiesenberg, co-founder and VP business development, Tvinci.Tvinci’s OTT 2.0 platform is currently being deployed by telecoms and TV operators including Eutelsat, who will be rolling out a wholesale deployment for 300 affiliate companies, Chellomedia with their Film1 Go offering in the Netherlands and MediaCorp, which uses Tvinci to power its cross-device lifestyle service, Toggle.
Sky’s stake in Sky Deutschland has now passed the 90% mark, meaning that the German arm of the new pan-European pay TV organisation is likely be removed from the MDAX list of second-ranked German listed companies.Sky Deutschland issued a note stating that Sky’s stake in the company reached 90.04% on November 27, meaning that it was likely to lose its MDAX listing.According to German press, Sky Deutschland is likely to be replaced in the MDAX, which 50 prime standard shares in non-technology companies that do not qualify for the DAX index, by shoe retailer Zalando.