Commercial Break Launches Live Events to Help Sports Fans Break Free from Commercials
September 09, 2013 --
New York, NY (PRWEB) September 09, 2013
Commercial Break, the app that alerts viewers in real time the moment their TV program returns from commercials, today announces the release of its Live Events feature, enabling iOS and Android users to follow an upcoming event in advance and receive a reminder before it starts. Commercial Break will automatically monitor the event for commercial breaks and stop when the event is over.
Commercial Break, which will support the majority of nationally televised NFL, MLB and NCAA Football games in the 2013/2014 season (in accordance with network blackout rules), today also announces its expansion to the Android operating system. The mobile app previously launched a public beta for the iPhone® in July.
Commercial Breaks Live Events feature enables sports fans to get instant alerts every time a game that they are following returns from commercials. Fans who watch multiple games simultaneously can therefore know when the action on another channel comes back from commercials, so they dont miss any critical moments from their favorite team or action-packed game.
Ideally, every fan would have a wall of TVs tuned in to every game, said Commercial Break Co-Founder and CEO Haim Kairy. But since that is not a reality for most people, Commercial Break helps sports fans get the most out of their cable package by allowing them to spend less time watching commercials and more time watching premium live action.
In addition to iOS, Commercial Break is now available for Android free of charge. Commercial Breaks unique algorithms identify the end of commercial breaks by analyzing dozens of cues from audio and video signals, 40 times per second, through Digital Signal Processing (DSP).
About Commercial Break
Developed by Israeli start-up veterans Haim Kairy and Eli Ben-David, the Commercial Break mobile app delivers automatic, real-time alerts the moment a TV program comes back from commercials. The app is currently available free of charge on Apples App Store and Google Play. To start taking back your commercial breaks, visit http://www.CommercialBreak.com.
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