About BillP Studios
Studio founder and industry insider Bill Pytlovany was best known for his leading role in
creating the software behind the service now called, AOL. These days Bill is
better known for community activism, photography and for helping to increase the performance and
security of hundreds of thousand of Windows PC's AOL 1st launched as Q-Link, AppleLink, PC-Link, AOL
Microsoft created the concept of an Information Highway PC.
Gateway launched the Destination PCTV
Gateway created the Multi-Function keyboard
Bill has worked with a number of high tech companies and media partners expanding
the online world and traditional broadcast mediums. In 1995-1996, Bill was a
member of a small group at Microsoft working on the "Information
Highway PC" which evolved into multiple Windows products. Innovations included the DestinationÒ PC, the first
TV/PC convergence system from
Gateway Inc., and MTV's "Yak Chat Live", with Michael Jackson, the first broadcast combining
live online chats with music videos. Anytime you see live online comments appearing across your TV screen you can think of BillP.
Bill worked with the Walt Disney Corp. in the creation of "PrimeTime
Player Ô", the first LIVE Interactive Television
application and was one of the founders of
ABC's Enhanced TV. Bill continues to publish articles on tech
developments online on his Blog, Bits
from Bill. You can sign up here to read what new ideas Bill are leaking from
In his younger years Bill was a lead member on the team when:
MTV had their first combined Internet/TV broadcast
CBS News streamed closed captioned feeds into online chat rooms.
Disney created ABC's Enhanced TV for Monday Night Football
Epson made millions connecting low ink to online purchases.
These days Bill's time is devoted to local community services &
helps to expose and stamp out mystery programs commonly known as Spyware or
Adware. Bill is on a number of boards including being elected to his local Scotia-Glenville Central School Board.
Read the complete early story about Bill in the
Albany Times Union. Broadband users can see BillP's interview on WRGB
and learn more about our WinPatrol Utility
and Anti-Spyware monitor.
BillP Studios is located at Pytlovany Point on the banks of Collins Lake,
in the village of Scotia, NY. You're invited to learn more about our upstate NY
community by going to VisitScotia.com.