Youtoo Technologies, the leader in interactive television, has integrated its interactive video technology into the latest season of "Divorce Court", the longest-running television court program. Youtoo's technology allows "Divorce Court" fans to respond to a "Question of the Week" by recording a video on a webcam at DivorceCourt.com, using the "Divorce Court" Facebook app or soon to be released mobile app.
"Divorce Court" host, Judge Lynn Toler poses the "Question of the Week" each Monday during the show. Viewers will be able to submit their answers, which will be chosen by the "Divorce Court" production team, and those approved will be published on the website and Facebook app. They can also be shared through various social platforms, such as Twitter and other Facebook pages. Each Friday, the best viewer-submitted videos will air on the program.
In regards to the announcement, Chris Wyatt, Chief Executive Officer, Youtoo Technologies stated: "We're delighted that Twentieth Television chose Youtoo Technologies to create engaging viewer interactions for television's longest running – and popular court program, 'Divorce Court"
"Divorce Court" joins Oxygen, Univision, Bunim & Murray and a long list of others who use Youtoo Technologies to engage viewers, drive ratings and market using social media.
ABOUT YOUTOO TECHNOLOGIES:
Youtoo Technologies is a software firm supplying private label, interactive TV and gaming services to the entertainment industry. The company is the only technology firm in the world that develops software on top of a live television network. In 2011, Youtoo Technologies launched its development platform, Youtoo TV, a cable television network in 177 out of the top 200 television markets. To date, Youtoo Technologies has broadcast over 500,000 viewers and their social media interactions on national television
ABOUT DIVORCE COURT:
Television's longest-running court show "Divorce Court," presided over by Judge Lynn Toler, allows viewers to experience the drama firsthand as husbands and wives square off in real-life courtroom battles. With over twenty years of experience behind her in the practice of law, Lynn Toler brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the bench of "Divorce Court." A television classic "Divorce Court" features real people, real conflicts and powerful human drama in a compelling true-life courtroom setting where litigants abide by Toler's legally-binding decisions. "Divorce Court" is produced by Monet Lane Prods., Inc. and distributed by Twentieth Television.