CloverLeaf expands relationship with Minerva, develops new set of TV widgets for xTVFusion

2010 TelcoTV, Las Vegas--Brooklyn, New York-based CloverLeaf Digital has signed a deal with Minerva Networks to develop its AppDaily television apps solution on Minerva's broadband TV widget engine. The provider of interactive television applications and services television apps solution includes a quick-access personalized dashboard and app store, a full suite of localized news and information widgets, social networking widgets, and CloverLeaf's DashDaily community publishing widgets.

CloverLeaf's apps will be built on top of Minerva's just-released broadband TV platform, xTVFusion, a software platform that blends managed TV services with over-the-top video content, and includes Minerva's TV widget engine, which allows third-party developers such as CloverLeaf to use open APIs to create web-based applications on TVs.   

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