Category Archives: Announcements

“What to Watch” Dashboard Now Includes Metacritic Ratings for Movies!

If you’re an iOS user we’ve just added Metacritic to “What to Watch,” your personalized dashboard that combines recommendations and personal preferences to serve up what you will want to watch instantaneously. Metacritic’s proprietary Metascore distills the opinions of the most respected critics writing online and in print to a single number, color coded by green, yellow and red, making it really easy for you...

TiVo Reveals Second-Screen Viewing Behavior

A lot of fuss is being made about how shows will be viewed in the coming years; one of these ways involves second-screen methods such as on phones and tablets. This trend has started to take off in the past years and has been heavily increasing in viewers. Today, at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, TiVo announced that streaming to mobile devices...

TiVo Subscribers Tend to Binge – Here’s How & On What

Binge-watching is a term that was made even more popular in the last year. Defined, it is the act of watching multiple episodes in one sitting. It’s also a TiVo lover’s not-so-secret pleasure. It turns out that in a recent study, 89% of TiVo users binge-watch shows. We also found that one in four hour-long TV programs was viewed by binging and nearly one-fifth of...

TiVo Demos NDVR Prototype For Operators at CES

Today, at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, TiVo demonstrated a network DVR prototype for operators, and announced the plan to bring the TiVo Roamio DVR experience to the Cloud with network recordings seamlessly integrated, easily searchable and available anywhere – anytime. The TiVo NDVR is a natural extension of the TiVo solution. Using TiVo’s Emmy Award Winning cloud service, the nDVR will...

TiVo TV Binge-Viewing World Record Attempt

The best device to binge-watch your favorite shows on, is looking to hold the binge-watching title! At 7:00 PM PT on Monday, January 6th three contestants at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas will begin their attempt to break the Guinness Book World Record of 86 hours and 37 minutes (held by two Californians who watched consecutive episodes of FOX’s “The Simpsons” in 2012), by...