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What's hot

When you go to the What's Hot tab, you get the shows that people are watching and talking about currently so you can join in on the discussion.
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Local TV listings

Possibly the biggest feature that will get people using the service initially, the Guide gives you what's showing on your local cable or satellite service so you can decide what to watch. Once you've decided, there are several ways to interact with your favorite shows.
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All the show info

Touch a show and you get the episode summary, actor list, a live Twitter feed of comments, and Zeetags.
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Local TV listings - iPhone

On the iPhone, you look at one column of info at a time, with tabs at the top to browse through Zeebox's various features.
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What's hot - iPhone

While you don't get everything on one page, the iPhone lets you focus on each tab, then swipe to see more shows that are being talked about currently.
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Zeetags track what's happening

As you watch a show, the right column is where you'll find Zeetags. These tags appear as actors, products, and locations appear in the show. When you touch a Zeetag, you'll get more information about each subject.
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