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TMS lance ses services gérés OnConnect

-- De nouvelles API de livraison de données et l'hébergement d'images favorisent l'innovation pour les développeurs d'interfaces utilisateur avancées pour le divertissement

CHICAGO, 28 novembre 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- TMS, fournisseur leader des métadonnées dans le secteur du divertissement, vient de lancer ses services gérés OnConnect, une nouvelle plate-forme de type « données en tant que service » offrant un puissant ensemble d'API (interfaces de programmation d'applications) et un service d'hébergement d'images.

Offrant un accès facile à des dizaines de méthodes d'API de livraison de données, OnConnect donne aux développeurs d'applications une livraison fiable, flexible et évolutive des métadonnées de pointe On® TV Entertainment. Digitalsmiths, partenaire de TMS, a mené le développement et gèrera bon nombre des API de livraison de données via sa puissante plate-forme évolutive Seamless Discovery.

En plus des API de livraison de données, OnConnect inclut Image Cloud, un service d'hébergement d'images qui offre un accès à la demande aux images de télévision, de films et de célébrités disponibles uniquement via TMS. Toutes les images sont conformes à la norme d'image TMS et toutes les métadonnées sont entièrement synchronisées avec l'ID unique TMS.

OnConnect aidera les clients de TMS à innover en raccourcissant les délais de recherche et développement et en accélérant la mise sur le marché d'applications de divertissement avancées et visuellement riches. OnConnect a été conçue spécifiquement pour prendre en charge les applications de tablette et mobiles, avec l'accent mis sur les fichiers d'image hébergés et les requêtes de données efficaces. Les développeurs intéressés par le produit peuvent accéder à la documentation interactive et demander une clé de développeur à l'adresse suivante : http://developer.tmsapi.com.

Les métadonnées On Entertainment accessibles via OnConnect incluent les horaires de projection de films ainsi que des programmes linéaires complets, des données vidéo en ligne et des informations descriptives pour les programmes de télévision, les films, les sports et les célébrités. Il est possible d'utiliser plusieurs API de livraison de données combinées afin de prendre en charge une vaste gamme d'utilisations. Image Cloud permet aux clients d'inclure facilement des images riches à leurs interfaces utilisateur de divertissement sans frais généraux coûteux pour l'acquisition, le stockage et la livraison de ces images aux utilisateurs finaux.

« Le secteur s'oriente clairement vers une gamme plus large de guides de consommateurs, d'applications et d'interfaces utilisateur », affirme John Kelleher, président et directeur d'exploitation de TMS. « OnConnect aidera les développeurs à innover rapidement en tirant parti de la qualité et de la connectivité des données On Entertainment, cultivant la loyauté et l'utilisation de leurs offres par la même occasion ».

« Chez Digitalsmiths, nous sommes fiers de travailler avec notre partenaire, TMS, pour offrir des API de livraison transparente de données aux développeurs », assure Ben Weinberger, PDG de Digitalsmiths. « En facilitant l'accès aux métadonnées On Entertainment, Digitalsmiths et TMS accélèrent l'innovation vidéo et les expériences pour les consommateurs d'aujourd'hui ».

Les métadonnées TMS optimisent les guides de divertissement les plus intéressants du monde qui touchent des centaines de millions de consommateurs dans 40 pays via des clients incluant Microsoft, Google, TiVo, Comcast, IMDb, Virgin Media UK, DIRECTV Latin America, SKY Brasil et Cablevision Mexico.

À propos de TMS

TMS est une entreprise leader du secteur des informations de divertissement. Dans le cadre de sa ligne de produits On® Entertainment, TMS fournit des métadonnées de télévision, cinéma et célébrités qui alimentent les guides et applications de divertissement les plus excitants de la planète. En outre, ces métadonnées complètes sont très utilisées pour les mesures et l'analyse média. TMS produit également Zap2it, un hub TV social qui connecte les fans de séries TV, films et célébrités aux données sur ceux-ci et aux autres fans. Pour de plus amples informations sur TMS, visitez TribuneMediaServices.com.

À propos de Digitalsmiths

Guidée par l'idée que les consommateurs ne devraient pas avoir à travailler pour trouver des contenus pertinents, car c'est aux contenus de venir à eux, Digitalsmiths propose la plate-forme de recherche vidéo la plus complète, offrant des recherches personnalisées, des recommandations et de la navigation, des tendances sociales, de la recherche basée sur l'humeur et un moteur de règles métier pour tous les appareils connectés. Construite pour les fournisseurs de services, les fournisseurs de contenus et les fabricants d'électronique grand public, la plate-forme Seamless Discovery® de Digitalsmiths permet de vivre une expérience de recherche personnalisée qui connecte instantanément les consommateurs aux films, séries TV et événements en direct les plus pertinents à toute heure, sur tous les types d'écran. Digitalsmiths sert ses clients sur tous les canaux et périphériques média, notamment Cisco, Warner Bros., Paramount, Technicolor, Turner Sports, Univision, la NBA, la PGA et la NASCAR. Digitalsmiths une entreprise privée financée par .406 Ventures, Aurora Funds, Chrysalis Ventures, Cisco et Technicolor.

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Tribune Media Services
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