Componentizing a Hybrid Broadcast-Internet Multi-Device Media Service

Abstract

The advent of the wide range of Internet connected devices is leading the audio-visual sector towards a new hybrid TV ecosystem. In this context, new trends and technologies arise, enabling the creation of multi-screen TV experiences where users are able to personalise the live TV show by using more than one device at the same time, e.g. TV and a smartphone. In order to avoid broadcasters to deal with the current complexity of developing multi-screen applications, a single application code including logic components is required. That way, the components can be dynamically distributed across the devices depending on the context of the end-user. This paper provides a proposal of componentizing hybrid broadcast-Internet media services based on a methodology that analyses different TV programmes. This componentization step is part of a more extensive research that aims at optimising the adaptation of TV programmes when using multiple devices at the same time.

BIB_text

@Article {
title = {Componentizing a Hybrid Broadcast-Internet Multi-Device Media Service},
keywds = {
Hybrid services, Mobile-Broadcast Convergence, Multimedia Broadband and Broadcasting Systems, Multimedia devices & displays
}
abstract = {

The advent of the wide range of Internet connected devices is leading the audio-visual sector towards a new hybrid TV ecosystem. In this context, new trends and technologies arise, enabling the creation of multi-screen TV experiences where users are able to personalise the live TV show by using more than one device at the same time, e.g. TV and a smartphone. In order to avoid broadcasters to deal with the current complexity of developing multi-screen applications, a single application code including logic components is required. That way, the components can be dynamically distributed across the devices depending on the context of the end-user. This paper provides a proposal of componentizing hybrid broadcast-Internet media services based on a methodology that analyses different TV programmes. This componentization step is part of a more extensive research that aims at optimising the adaptation of TV programmes when using multiple devices at the same time.


}
isbn = { 978-1-5386-4729-5},
doi = {10.1109/BMSB.2018.8436744},
date = {2018-08-16},
}
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