Internet TV network Revision3 is today formally debuting a new TV-optimized website and bringing its full catalog of online content to multiple platforms including Google TV, Yahoo! Connected TV, Windows Media Center, AppleTV, Boxee and Roku.
Revision3, which was founded by Kevin Rose, Jay Adelson and David Prager, is porting its full line-up of more than 20 programs to the television screen, including shows like Tekzilla, Diggnation, AppJudgment, Dan 3.0 and Film Riot.
You can use either customized applications for the various Internet-enabled television sets or combos, or you can simply visit TV.revision3.com to watch the shows.
The application’s user interface was designed to make finding content simple, according to the company, as it sorts shows by name, category, featured content and most recent episodes. Viewers are also able to manually search for their favorite episodes and “lean back and watch” fresh content.
Will you be tuning in to the no-longer-strictly-Web-only Internet TV network from your TV?
Revision3 is a TV network for the web, which creates and produces its own original entertainment and content. The content is designed for an Internet-savvy audience that seeks quality content about specific, narrow and in-depth topics, but quick production time that leverages lower costs. With the proliferation of mobile video, iPods, Tivo and other Internet-connected set-top-boxes, Revision3 believes that tailored, on-demand video will continue to increase in importance versus traditional broadcast content developed for very broad audiences. Revision3...