Saturday, June 10, 2017

TV & Movie Data



http://developer.tmsapi.com/page/Program_Metadata
audiencestringindicates program target audience, derived from genres; one of two possible values: Children, Adults only 
recommendationsRecommendation [ ]Top 3 TMS editorial recommendations, similar to given program
topCaststring [ ]list of top three cast members, sorted by billingOrder ascending
(not present in program details, which gives full cast)
preferredImageImageprogram image; if none found, generic image for program's entity type will be returned


tmsId
string
14-character alphanumeric identifier for program record; first 2 characters generally identify program type (MV=movie, SH=show/series, EP=episode, SP=sports event);
where available, parameter includeDetail=false will restrict program metadata to only programIds (tmsId, rootId, seriesId)

Movie Program Metadata


Field / object
Type
Notes
runTimenumberduration, specified in ISO-8601 format; PTxxHyyM = xx hours, yy minutes
qualityRatingQualityRating
  • ratingsBody: critical reviewer; currently only TMS ratings provided, where available
  • value: numeric rating; TMS has a 1 - 4 star rating system (with 4 as best quality); possible values are 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4
officialUrlstringofficial movie website, if available

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limited_release
In the United States motion picture industry, a limited release is where a new film is played in a select few theaters across the country, typically in major metropolitan markets.
A limited release is often used to gauge the appeal of specialty films, like documentariesindependent films and art films. A common practice by film studios is to give highly anticipated and critically acclaimed films a limited release on or before December 31 in Los Angeles in order to qualify for an Academy Award nomination (as set by its rules). These films are almost always released to a wider audience in January or February of the following year.

API:
http://www.imdb.com/licensing/
IMDb licensing content includes: cast & crew, user ratings, plot summaries, release dates, box office, keywords, filmography credits, awards, biographies, nicknames and more.
http://www.imdb.com/interfaces

https://developer.fandango.com
The Tomatometer rating represents the percentage of positive professional reviews for movies and TV shows and is used by millions to guide entertainment viewing decisions.

Available Data

The Rotten Tomatoes API provides access to Rotten Tomatoes' ratings and reviews, allowing approved companies and individuals to enrich their applications and widgets with Rotten Tomatoes data.  By implementing the Rotten Tomatoes API, your users can access:
  • Critic and Audience Scores. Tomatometer and Audience scores for movies.
  • Critic Reviews. A sampling of critic reviews for each movie.
We do not provide:
  • Detailed movie metadata. We only provide a subset of metadata to help with title matching.
  • Posters and images. We do not offer high-resolution images; these will need to be sourced from a metadata provider. 
  • TV scores. Coming soon!
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/14172735/how-to-request-movie-data-from-rotten-tomatoes-using-their-json-api


http://variety.com/2016/digital/news/fandango-rotten-tomatoes-flixster-1201708444/
Online ticketing service Fandango has agreed to acquire Flixster and movie review-aggregator Rotten Tomatoes from Warner Bros.


Fandango will continue to operate as a unit of NBCUniversal.



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