TVLinks launches personalised service for video content

Iñaki Ferreras ©RapidTVNews | 09-12-2011

Video search provider TVLinks has released a personalised scheduling service for online and offline video content.
TVLinks is a hybrid entertainment platform at the core of which is the search engine that is enhanced by entertainment portal features such as social networking, wiki style content databases, website directories and comprehensive scheduling with personalised recommendations.
The entertainment portal is designed to maximise user input, following the model of Wikipedia where users contribute and self-moderate the majority of content. The database holds information for over 200.000 video entities, cumulating to millions of hours of video content that is classified and augmented by extended metadata such as real time discussions, news, reviews and clips.
The company says that its search engine benefits from deeply indexed content listings from content partners such as Amazon VOD, iTunes, Hulu Plus, CTV, Rogers Canada and more than 2000 small independent websites.
In addition to the enhanced search engine, TVLinks has launched a comprehensive TV Schedule guide. This guide will be available free to all users, while personalised scheduling is available to registered users only.