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TiVo Corp. provides entertainment technology, software, and services. It operates through two segments: Intellectual Property Licensing and Product. Read More The Intellectual Property Licensing segment consists International Patent Group patent licensing to third party guide developers such as multi-channel video service providers, consumer electronics and set-top box manufacturers and interactive television software and program guide providers in the online, over-the-top video, and mobile phone businesses. The Product segment covers licensing of company-developed IPG products and services provided for multi-channel video service providers and Consumer Electronic manufacturers, in-guide advertising revenue, analytics revenue and revenue from licensing Metadata. TiVo was founded on April 28, 2016 and is headquartered in San Carlos, CA.
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TiVo plans to split its product and licensing divisions
TiVo plans to split its product and licensing divisions More TiVo, one of the early makers of DVRs, has been on the hunt for potential buyers. The company announced it is splitting its product and intellectual property licensing divisions on Friday, perhaps in hopes of becoming more attractive to buyers. "We are pleased that our Board has approved the separation of TiVo's Product and IP Licensing businesses and believe both businesses will be better positioned independently....
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