TiVo/Rovi Reups Panasonic Patent Deal

Dish Signs 10-Year Licensing Deal With Rovi

Rovi Buying TiVo For $1.1 Billion

Entertainment technology company Rovi has purchased original DVR service TiVo for $1.1 billion, or $10.70 per share. Talks of such an acquisition heated up last month, and now it’s official. That $10.70 price represents a premium of approximately 40 percent over TiVo’s closing stock price of $7.66 on March 23 — the last trading day prior to media speculation about a possible transaction.

TiVo And Rovi Working Toward Merger

Rovi Corp. and TiVo Inc. are seeking to resolve differences over valuation and intellectual property, as the digital entertainment companies continue active merger talks, according to people familiar with the matter.

Rovi Sues Comcast Over Set-Top Patents

TiVo Reportedly Talking Merger With Rovi

Rovi Paid $12 Million For Fan TV


Rovi Sells DivX And MainConcept For $75 Million

Facebook, Rovi Team To Integrate TV, Movies

Facebook has announced it will be integrating digital entertainment service Rovi Corp. into its platform. The two companies have agreed to form a partnership whereby Rovi’s information database of movies, TV shows and celebrities will be tied into Facebook profiles. By doing so, it will allow the social network’s users to share further details of content that they like to their profiles.

Rovi Ends All Lawsuits Against LG

Rovi Expands ‘Connected TV’ Ad Network

Rovi Sues Toshiba Over Patents