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Published on September 6th, 2013 | by gareth

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Jinni Selected as Xbox Video Discovery Engine

REDMOND, Wash. and TEL AVIV – September 6, 2013 – Video content discovery solutions provider Jinni, announced today a multi-year agreement with Microsoft to enhance entertainment discovery on Xbox video game and entertainment systems. Jinni’s proprietary Entertainment Genome™ uses deep knowledge of every show and movie in the Xbox Video catalog to help the Xbox recommendations system intuitively and accurately connect Xbox users to content they’ll enjoy. By using the rich set of attributes in the Jinni Entertainment Genome, Xbox recommendations go beyond the standard genre similarity. When paired with other Xbox signals, such as a user’s viewing history, this sets a new bar in content discovery.

 

“Creating the most amazing entertainment experience means always putting the customer experience first,” said Dave Alles, Xbox General Manager. “Our goal is to make it effortless to get you to entertainment you’ll truly love. Pairing Jinni’s Entertainment Genome™ with other key advances such as Conversational Understanding, makes finding something to watch on Xbox as fun as watching it.”

 

“The inspiration for Jinni has always been putting the user at the center of the entertainment experience, by making finding great content intuitive and fun,” said Jinni Co-founder and CEO, Yosi Glick. “We are happy to be a part of the legendary Xbox entertainment experience.”

 

 

About Jinni

Jinni is the first and only taste-and-mood based engine powering entertainment discovery. Using content genetics and nuanced understanding of user tastes, the Jinni engine powers a uniquely intuitive and personalized experience that increases content consumption and consumer satisfaction.

 

The Jinni service is powered by the Entertainment Genome™, containing thousands of genes that are assigned to each title to describe mood, style, plot, setting and more; this is a rich alternative to the usual genre language, which benefits both the quality of the content delivered as well as the intuitive semantic-based user experience. New titles are automatically indexed via analysis of user reviews and synopses, using a proprietary Natural Language Processing solution.

 

Jinni’s content discovery solution has been voted “Best Product Idea” by CableLabs. Jinni is a Webby Awards honoree, a Red Herring 100 Europe winner, an OnHollywood 100 winner, a SXSW Web Awards nominee, a TechCrunch Europas nominee, a finalist in the 2012 Connected TV Awards for Outstanding Technology Innovation, and was selected as the best movie recommendation engine by CNET and Lifehacker. Jinni provides content discovery and recommendation solutions to European content providers Belgacom and Prisa TV. To see Jinni’s award winning engine at work, visit www.jinni.com.


About the Author

Gareth Von Kallenbach is a syndicated movie & game critic, writer, author and frequent radio guest. His work has appeared in over 60 publications worldwide and he is the creator of the rising entertainment site and magazine "Skewed and Reviewed". Gareth has three books of reviews and interviews published as well as two years of The Skewed and Reviewed magazine and is a well-received and in demand speaker on the convention circuit for over 14 years. Gareth has appeared in movies such as “Postal”, “Far Cry” and “Love Happens”. Gareth is a regular guest on radio and his main show on the top rated BJ Shea Morning Experience show syndicated from Seattle and it’s new BJ Shea’s Geek Nation segment. Gareth has also worked in the game industry giving him insider access to the latest industry news which he uses in the course of his game and hardware reviews and interviews. In 2011 Gareth opened an AZ office for Skewed and Reviewed and made his first AZ convention appearances at the Phoenix Comic Con as well and voiced a character in the Postal 3 video game.



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