AP ENPS Mobile Unveils iPhone, iPad App

It just became easier to access AP ENPS outside of the newsroom. The newsroom system now has an iPhone and iPad app that lets users monitor assignments and access breaking news, wires, stories, planning and rundowns while on the go.

CBS Launches Full-Episode Streaming App

The new iPad and iPhone apps offer the network’s primetime programming eight days after broadcast; daytime and latenight programming the day after broadcast. CBS plans to expand to all major mobile and tablet platforms later this year.

CBS Expands Shows Available On iPad App

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WFMY News Launches New iPad App

Gannett-owned CBS affiliate WFMY Greensboro, N.C., has introduced a new iPad app as a free download available in the iTunes Store (search for “WFMY for iPad”). The app is sleek, easy to navigate, and features News 2’s popular interactive radar. The app supports all generations of the iPad, including iPad Mini devices. Operating systems supported […]

HuffPost Live App Could Be 2nd-Screen Boon

The Huffington Post launched an iPad app this week that may one day pave the way for tablets to dethrone TV as king of the living room. The app, called HuffPost Live, offers a mix of entertainment and social interaction and can throw itself onto a TV screen.

YouTube Launches iPhone App, iPad Up Next

YouTube has launched its own iOS app, bringing advanced features such as social sharing, access to the site’s channel guide and thousands of previously unavailable music videos to the iPhone. The application replaces a system app developed by Apple that won’t be part of iOS 6. The company also says an iPad app is in the works.

Amazon Unveils Free Instant-Video App For iPad

‘The Simpsons’ Come To iPad With Comics App

ABC News, O&Os Launch iPad Apps Updates

Consumer trends guided their design and content.  Customized versions including regional news, weather and traffic will also be available from all eight ABC-owned stations, beginning today with KABC Los Angeles’ iPad app.

Gormally To Offer Free Apps for Broadcasters

The iPhone, iPad and Android apps provide proprietary software that will let broadcasters control content delivery based on a user’s respective DMA by using the device’s GPS position relative to Nielsen’s 210 television U.S. markets.

Touchtv Announces iPad App

APPCHECK: KHOU FOR IPAD

Social Embed Makes KHOU News Stickier

Belo’s Houston CBS affiliate has embedded Facebook and Twitter features into its iPad news app, giving users a full mobile social media experience and enticing them to stay with the app much longer than the average three-minute visit.

LIN Media Introduces Enhanced iPad App V2.0

Version 2.0 features more content, video, breaking alerts and citizen journalism technology for users in the company’s local markets.

eBay App Combines TV Shopping With Mobile

Cox Debuts iPad App

Cox Debuts iPad App With Live Streaming

Cox joins Time Warner, Cablevision and Xfinity in rolling out a companion iPad app (iTunes) for its customers. The free Cox TV Connect app provides a program guide along with live streaming for “more than 35 popular channels.”

Weather Channel Debuts New App

BBC Worldwide Launches Global iPlayer In Canada

Bloomberg TV Brings 24-Hour Broadcast To iPad

Weather Channel Releases New Social iPad App

Facebook Takes Wraps Off iPad App

NBC Intros New NBC.com iPad App

NBC launched the NBC.com App for iPad on the App Store Thursday, giving fans access to content from their favorite NBC shows and features such as customization, thousands of video clips and highlights including some of the hottest SNL digital shorts from the past. The new App also features preview clips from NBC shows, photos, […]

‘NBC Nightly News’ Debuts iPad App

‘NBC Nightly News’ Debuts An iPad App

TWC, Viacom Go To Court Over iPad App

Time Warner Cable and Viacom each filed lawsuits on Thursday that seek to resolve a stormy dispute over the right to stream channels to new devices like iPads.

TW Cable Yanks 12 Networks From iPad App

Time Warner Cable pulled 12 networks from Discovery Communications, Fox Cable Networks and Viacom off its iPad streaming-video application on Thursday — after those companies complained that the service violated the terms of their distribution agreements — although the MSO continues to insist it has the right to deliver that programming to the tablets.