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Tonight: Explore the possibilities of Apple’s tvOS

Hear a pair of experts explain the code-driven future of television.

An event at the Made in NY Media Center. (Courtesy photo)

There was a time when Netflix and Hulu were new that it seemed like we’d all be watching TV on our laptops. But in recent years it seems like we’re all watching our computers on our TVs.
Tonight, join Instapaper CEO Brian Donohue and Tendigi’s Nick Lee as they talk about the possibilities for tvOS — Apple’s TV platform — at the Made in NY Media Center.
Donohue will be giving a demonstration and explanation of DiggTV, which plays YouTube videos curated by Digg editors. Lee will talk about screen sharing on Apple TV and “will address the use of the new Apple TV remote as an input device,” the event’s invite says.
People have been buzzing about this event, but there are still 12 tickets left (as of press time). The Made in NY Media Center is located at 30 John St., in Dumbo.

Companies: Tendigi / Made in NY Media Center / Apple
Series: Brooklyn

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