Gracenote IDs (TMS) have become the de-facto industry standard, enabling cross platform linking and advanced search and discovery across video content.
Gracenote IDs (TMS) are the building blocks for video discovery platforms and on-screen guides. Unique identifiers for TV programs and movies. Gracenote IDs enable linking to TV schedule data and on-demand catalogs. This lets customers empower viewers to search for and find their favorite shows, set DVR season passes, and find related programs.
Short form videos are exploding in popularity. But they lack structured data and IDs to make them discoverable. Gracenote IDs (TMS) are increasingly being adopted by multi-channel networks to improve how short-form videos are found on YouTube and other platforms.
Gracenote IDs (TMS) are the unique identifiers for TV shows and movies that make it possible to link OTT catalogs and linear TV schedules together, letting users enjoy powerful search capabilities across TV and Hulu, Netflix, VUDU plus other services.
Gracenote IDs (TMS) are mapped to every TV episode with relational links to TV series, seasons, and episode numbers, making it possible for viewers to browse episodes and series, as well as set DVR season pass recordings.
- Gracenote is the single, trusted source for video data and imagery globally, serving 85 countries and 35 languages.
- Gracenote IDs (TMS) have become the common standard for unique identifiers linking TV shows and seasons, and movies together.
- Gracenote IDs (TMS) map TV shows and movies across linear TV and on-demand services, such as Netflix, Hulu, YouTube and Amazon.
- Gracenote IDs (TMS) also map to major social networks, allowing cable and satellite companies, as well as developers to integrate social features and other content into their services and platforms.
- North America
- Latin America
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- Australia & New Zealand
- Middle East