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Gracenote provides its media management technology and global media database of digital entertainment information to the mobile, automobile, portable, home, and PC markets.Several software applications which were capable of playing CDs (i.e.; Media Go and i Tunes,) used Gracenote's CDDB technology.Formerly CDDB (Compact Disc Data Base), Gracenote maintains and licenses an Internet-accessible database containing information about the contents of audio compact discs and vinyl records.It provides software and metadata to businesses which enables their customers to manage and search digital media.On Entertainment is supported by standardized TMS IDs for TV shows, movies and celebrities.These IDs enable universal search across linear TV, OTT and VOD libraries and make possible “season pass” DVR recordings.
Gracenote began in 1993 as an open-source project involving a CD player program named xmcd and an associated database named CDDB.
In December 2015, Gracenote launched its first audio technology, Gracenote Dynamic EQ, designed to help automakers and OEMs automatically tune connected car audio systems to the optimal equalizer settings for individual songs based on genre, mood and release date.
Gracenote's Video platform called On Entertainment™ consists of TV listings and schedules for approximately 85 countries and 35 languages as well as TV and Movie data and related-imagery information for six million TV shows and movies.
On December 23, 2013, Sony announced it would sell Gracenote to Tribune Media for 0 million.
The acquisition closed in February 2014: Gracenote was aligned with the Tribune Media Services division which focused on TV and Movie metadata and IDs.