Revision3 Going Where Major Networks Fear To TreadNov 23rd, 2010 | By James Lewin | Category: Internet TV, Video
Video podcast network Revision3 has announced that it is taking its full line-up of more than 20 programs to the television screen.
The Internet television network, which produces Tekzilla, Diggnation and other shows, is bringing its online content to multiple platforms including Google TV, Yahoo! Connected TV, Windows Media Center, AppleTV, Boxee and Roku. Revision3 has developed a ‘lean back and watch’ experience for viewing through these platforms, by accessing the TV optimized website at tv.revision3.com or by using the applications available on the various platforms.
The application’s user interface is designed to make finding content simpler, as it sorts shows by name, category, featured content and most recent episodes. Viewers are also able to manually search for their favorite episodes and view new content.
Revision3 is taking the opposite approach of the major television networks. They’ve moved recently to block their content from being displayed on devices like Google TV.
“As online video continues to take viewing time away from traditional TV, we want to make sure that our programs look great anywhere they’re viewed, and across every screen – from the smallest one on a phone to the biggest one at home,” said Revision3 CEO Jim Louderback in a statement.