Channel 4's app for the Million Pound Drop game show has been the poster child for second screen apps, with some two million downloads to date and a live audience usage rate of 12%.
Monterosa are much more than a technology company, they combine creative and editorial solutions with cutting edge second screen software.
Monterosa is one of the few companies that could have delivered the Million Pound Drop playalong game in an eight week turnaround for series one. They have been very collaborative, worked hard to deliver to tight deadlines and striven with us to continue to innovate with the launch of the Million Pound Drop app for tablet and mobile. I look forward to working with them in the future.
Channel 4’s experience with Million Pound Drop Live hints at its vision for a new kind of data-enriched programming.
Norway’s biggest commercial broadcaster TV 2 has signed a 12-month LViS Studio licence deal as part of their 2014 business strategy, which places second screen social interaction at the core of their entertainment and sport programming.
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