Envivio, Sezmi demo hybrid TV platform at NAB; ESPN debuts TV Everywhere app for iPad

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> LAS VEGAS--Envivio, Inc. and Sezmi Corporation demonstrated the Sezmi hybrid broadcast-broadband television platform and the Envivio 4Caster C4 encoding system which together deliver innovative video services for home and mobile TV viewing. Release

> LAS VEGAS--Wowza Media Systems and Verimatrix at NAB demoed integration of Wowza Media Server 3 with the Verimatrix Video Content Authority System (VCAS) for Internet TV key management. Release

> LAS VEGAS--Norway-based Appear TV has rolled out high density head-ends that can handle all the functionality required for distribution over cable, IP, satellite and terrestrial networks. Article

> ESPN has hit the iPad with a TV Everywhere app that (1) isn't going to battle with the content owner (itself); and (2), delivers exactly what you'd hope a TV Everywhere app from ESPN would deliver. Article

> LAS VEGAS--Digital Rapids -- the leading provider of tools and solutions for bringing television, movie and Web content to wider audiences -- is providing the encoding capabilities powering live and on-demand video of the 2011 NAB Show on the official show website, www.nabshow.com. Release

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