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TMCNet:  Newsy iPad, iPod and iPhone Apps Now Airplay-Enabled

[March 14, 2011]

Newsy iPad, iPod and iPhone Apps Now Airplay-Enabled

Columbia, MO, Mar 14, 2011 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Newsy, a multisource video news analysis service producing daily videos for the iPad, iPod and iPhone today announced that it has updated its applications to enable Airplay with the release of Apple's iOS 4.3.

Newsy, recent winner of the Appy Award for best news app, is now fully Airplay-enabled - allowing users to stream Newsy content to their Apple TV and view next generation news on their television in stunning quality.

Click here to download a short video that demonstrates Newsy's iPad app running on Apple TV: files.me.com/mcgroup/bgzcot.mov Newsy President Jim Spencer explains, "We wanted to enable Airplay because our video news content works great on both mobile devices and Apple TV. Newsy is dedicated to providing our viewers multisource video news where, when and how they want it." Newsy's iPad, iPod and iPhone apps are available for free from the App Store: http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/media-convergence-group-inc/id330879887 A news analyzer, not an aggregator, Newsy offers context with convenience for on-the-go news users. In 2-minute videos, users understand the differences in coverage from media outlets from around the world as well as discover new sources they would not have found on their own.

About Newsy Newsy is a multisource video news service that analyzes the world's news coverage - highlighting the key differences in reporting. Through short videos available on the web and mobile devices (iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry, Android-based smart phones and Intel Atom-powered netbooks), Newsy accelerates the understanding of how a news story is covered.

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