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TitanTV Big Screen Launches for Media Center PCs Running Microsoft Windows XP for Media Center Edition 2005


Editorial Contacts:

Josie Heskje Decisionmark Corp.
(319) 365-5597


New Online Spotlight partner Decisionmark offers Media Center Edition users access to TitanTV’s accurate digital and HDTV listings from the comfort of their living rooms

LAS VEGAS, NV–January 5, 2005–From the floor of the 2005 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Decisionmark Corp. unveiled its TitanTV Big Screen for Media Center PCs running Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005. The all-new Big Screen program guide has been designed with Media Center PCs in mind, offering a better distance viewing experience and living room-standard remote control navigation. Utilizing the patented technology that powers, the Big Screen offers comprehensive digital and high definition TV listings tailored for the consumer’s exact location.

“We’re proud that our TitanTV Big Screen guide was selected by Microsoft to be highlighted as part of the Media Center Edition Online Spotlight program,” said President and CEO of Decisionmark Corp., Jack Perry. “TitanTV continues to be the ultimate guide for digital and HDTV listings, and our Big Screen version will help enhance the Media Center home entertainment experience for the growing digital TV audience.”

“Media Center PCs provide consumers with an easy-to-use integrated digital entertainment experience,” said Bill Mannion, Director of Windows Consumer Marketing for Microsoft Corp. “TitanTV’s new Big Screen for Media Center PCs running Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 will enhance this experience, complementing the Media Center Edition integrated electronic programming guide by highlighting available digital and HD programming.”

Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 brings the TitanTV listings into the living room–helping consumers choose from their digital TV options as they are sitting down to watch TV. The TitanTV Big Screen is accessible to Media Center users in the Online Spotlight section where Microsoft showcases third-party services. Consumers can sign up for
TitanTV’s free program listings guide using their remote control and enjoy features such as customization and convenient TV recording.

Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 enables consumers to enjoy the best in home entertainment, personal productivity, and creativity on the home PC in an easy, complete, and connected way. Media Center Edition 2005 offers the capability to store, share, and enjoy photos, music, home video, and even recorded TV in one easy-to-use place. The TitanTV Big Screen is a hybrid of Decisionmark’s Electronic Program Guide (EPG), which provides free TV program listings at the consumer’s household address. At, users can take advantage of comprehensive TV listings (from cable to over-the-air) and a robust guide, including search, “record and watch” and program reminders.

Consumers using a Media Center PC can tailor the TitanTV Big Screen to contain only the channels they prefer, as well as edit the number of channels and hours presented in one screen view. In addition, they can easily record their favorite programs with the click of a button for later viewing. Combining TitanTV’s powerful listings with the premium Media Center Edition offering provides consumers with a first-rate home entertainment experience.

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About Decisionmark

Decisionmark, CES 2005 Booth #IP614, is the leading online software and information provider to the broadcast industry. For consumers, Decisionmark offers the only real-time household-level online programming guide, Because of its close relationship with TV broadcasters, the TitanTV EPG has the most accurate program schedule and signal reception information on the U.S. market. Decisionmark is a profitable, privately held company, based in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Visit its web site at

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