Touring the OTTCON 2013 show: in pictures

SANTA CLARA, Calif.-- The OTTCON show here has officially wound down. Major trends at this year's show included second-screen apps, smart TV business models and cross-platform app development. And, as with any conference, it's worth taking a quick look at the companies that decided to spend marketing dollars to have a booth presence at the event. This information often indicates which companies want to expand their businesses in order to gain attention and market share. The following slideshow covers only a few of the two dozen or so exhibitors at this year's OTTCON show. Slideshow

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