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TV Media Partners with Internet Video Archive to Add TV Schedules to Entertainment Express APIs

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Internet Video Archive (IVA) award-winning Entertainment Express APIs now offers Electronic Program Guide (EPG) data to help its clients find what is on TV in North America.

Haddon Heights, NJ – October 11, 2017 – Consumers may not know it but APIs or Application Programming
Interfaces are essential to supporting their digital lifestyles. You would not be able to check your bank
information, get traffic updates, see your social media feeds, buy products online or watch online videos without
APIs. They are the ‘digital glue’ connecting various systems, databases and services together.
Internet Video Archive (IVA) built its Entertainment Express APIs to make providing consumers with movie and
TV data, images, and trailers easy and affordable. IVA is committed to meeting all the needs of its publisher and
cable operator clients which feature or retail movie and TV content. Now, through cooperation with TV Media,
clients can access EPG data and help their users know what is on TV tonight.

TV Media maintains a database of the daily offerings of television service providers available in the U.S and
Canada. With the inclusion of TV Media in Entertainment Express , IVA greatly expands and deepens its channel
program listings for cable, satellite, antenna and IPTV providers. These lineups are regularly updated to reflect
their most recent channel and broadcasting information.

“We are excited to be working with TV Media. Adding EPG data that can return 14 days of TV listings we know
will be very useful to our clients that are web publishers as well as cable and satellite operators,” says Robert
Kolo, VP of Technology for IVA. “By both companies making their APIs interoperable and providing cost
efficiencies, we believe clients can accelerate their development of a full content discovery experience at a
fraction of the cost of leading data providers.”

“IVA’s trailers, information and images are a perfect complement to TV Media’s database of linear television
programming content and OTT metadata. By integrating our services with IVA, developers are able to build
cutting-edge entertainment solutions in a cost-effective way,” says Kevin Rose, General Manager of TV Media.
“Video providers looking to distinguish themselves from a growing field of competitors can more easily offer
subscribers visually-pleasing enhanced electronic programming guides (EPGs), content discovery and second-
screen applications.”

 

About Internet Video Archive (IVA) – IVA is a data husbandry company, offering the world’s best promotional
video library, integrated with celebrity images, complete entertainment metadata, and mission critical support.
IVA has been a technology pioneer in the entertainment ecosystem for over a decade, offering one of the first
entertainment-based APIs and one of the first companies to deliver trailers on smartphones, tablets, and
connected TVs. The company’s mission is to provide all the data needed via the best technologies at the lowest
possible cost to power entertainment content discovery for its clients. IVA is a trusted vendor to Fortune 500
companies and start-ups around the globe. For more information, visit www.InternetVideoArchive.com

About TV Media – TV Media maintains an extensive database of TV schedules and channel lineups covering
service providers across Canada and the United States. TV Media’s metadata powers solutions across multiple
industries, including electronic programming guides (EPG) for video providers (cable, IPTV and satellite),
broadcasters, web portals, in-room hospitality, corporate venues and retail establishments, as well as offering
printed services for newspapers. With more than 25 years in business, TV Media continues to grow its customer
base through its focus on data accuracy and quality, exceptional customer service and cost-effective rates. For
more information, visit www.tvmedia.ca.

 

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