The integration of semantic technologies and television services is an important innovation in traditional broadcasting in order to improve services delivered to end users in an extended home environment: new methods emerge for getting TV content via the Web and interacting with TV content on end users devices. This paper gives a short description of a… (More)
Searching, browsing and analyzing web contents is today a challenging problem when compared to early Internet ages. This is due to the fact that web content is <i>multimedial, social</i> and <i>dynamic</i>. Moreover, concepts referred by videos, news, comments, posts, are implicitly linked by the fact that people on the Web talks about something, somewhere… (More)
People on the Web talk about television. TV users' social activities implicitly connect the concepts referred to by videos, news, comments, and posts. The strength of such connections may change as the perception of users on the Web changes over time. With the goal of leveraging users' social activities to better understand how TV programs are perceived by… (More)
The way we watch television is changing with the introduction of attractive Web activities that move users away from TV to other media. The integration of the cultures of TV and Web is still an open issue. How can we make TV more open? How can we enable a possible collaboration of these two different worlds? TV-Web convergence is much more than placing a… (More)
This paper contains a brief report of the analysis of new requirements raised by Interactive Television and then gives a possible solution by defining a model-driven environment for the production and delivery of interactive television applications and their content.