Social Sharing of Television Content: An Architecture
Presented at the IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia Workshops, TaiChung, Taiwan
Television, since its invention, has been considered a social link between people. This paper presents an architecture that enhances this social link by supporting micro-personal recommendation messages of television content. The architecture allows end-users to share a fragment of television content, with optional media overlays, with others. In addition, it considers a variety of message transmission technologies such as mobile networks by using MMS and traditional communications technologies such as e-mail, blog posting, and RSS feeds. Finally, the architecture covers a wide space of communication alternatives such as one-to-one, and one-to-many communications. This paper presents the architecture and an implemented prototype.
|IEEE Computer Society|
|Network Infrastructure Support for Convergent Interactive Media|
|IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia Workshops|
|Organisation||Distributed and Interactive Systems|
César Garcia, P.S, Bulterman, D.C.A, & Jansen, A.J. (2007). Social Sharing of Television Content: An Architecture. In Proceedings IEEE Symposium on Multimedia Workshops (ISMW) (pp. 145–150). IEEE Computer Society.