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Bottle Rocket Founder and President Calvin Carter Selected as Juror for The Tabby Awards

San Francisco Chronicle – April 9, 2013

Urban Airship's Scott Kveton Gives Bottle Rocket Head Strategist Michael Griffith a Shout Out

Fast Company – April 4, 2013

Scott Maddux from Bottle Rocket's AWE Division Talks Second Screen and TV Everywhere

Royaltie$ Magazine – April 1, 2013

Watching Video Whenever, Wherever Has Become the New Norm – March 8, 2013

Forbes Names Bottle Rocket One of “America’s Most Promising Companies”

PRWeb – February 7, 2013

20 Business Software Companies to Follow on Twitter

Resource Nation – January 10, 2013

Mobile+Web Developer Conference Coming to San Francisco

San Francisco Chronicle – January 10, 2013

App Store tops 40 billion downloads in 2012

Telecom Tiger – January 10, 2013

Video Watch Apps Launched by A&E Networks

iShopper – January 8, 2013

Apple Has Paid Out More Than $7 Billion To Developers

The Wall Street Journal – January 7, 2013

App Store Tops 40 Billion Downloads with Almost Half in 2012

Apple – January 7, 2013

Apple: Developers Have Made $7 Billion From Our App Store

Business Insider – January 7, 2013

Apple App Store Tops 40 Billion Downloads with 2 Billion in December

Broadway World – January 7, 2013

Apple Reveals App Store Downloads Top 40 Billion

NDTV Gadgets – January 7, 2013

Apple Celebrates 40 Billion App Store Downloads on iOS, With Nearly Half in 2012

International Business Times – January 7, 2013

Bottle Rocket’s “Food Network In The Kitchen” App Inducted into the Apple Hall of Fame

San Francisco Chronicle – December 18, 2012

A+E Networks Launches Video Watch Apps

Digital Edge – December 17, 2012

A+E Content Accessed via App

C21 Media – December 14, 2012

A+E Networks Apps Now Available for iPad

World Screen – December 14, 2012

A+E Networks Launch Video Watch Apps

A&E News – December 13, 2012

Recent News

Judy Johnson, director of product innovation for Dallas-based app developer Bottle Rocket, thinks a lot of people are approaching the idea of the second screen completely wrong.

“Up until now, [second screen] has been mobile,” she said Oct. 20, speaking during a second screen panel at the Digital Hollywood conference. “Now, we’re seeing any screen can be the second screen.”

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