Orange Cinema Series (OCS) in France is partnering with Viaccess-Orca on an immersive second-screen app for the fourth season of popular drama series Game of Thrones.
For the app, OSC is using Viaccess-Orca’s DEEP platform, which automatically generates content about Game of Thrones in a digital magazine format.
“In today’s multiscreen world, subscribers are increasingly using second-screen devices to enhance the traditional television experience,” said Serge Laroye, executive vice president, content division, Orange, and chairman of the board, OCS.
“Viaccess-Orca’s DEEP will automate the creation of our TV companion apps, providing us with a dramatic cost and time savings, while enabling us to offer our subscribers an augmented content experience on second screens to boost user engagement.”
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