LinkedTV partners CERTH, UEP, FhG and EURECOM have worked hard all this summer to make a submission to the Search and Hyperlinking task at MediaEval 2013. Why all this effort? MediaEval is the real scientific evaluation of our approach for media enrichment, which is at the heart of the ongoing EU FP7 project LinkedTV. Not all LinkedTV components have been tested of course, but most of the multimedia analysis chain (such as scene detection, OCR, visual concept detection, named entity recognition, keywords extraction, semantic distance using knowledge bases and WordNet, multimodal indexing, etc.) was used to design our framework. This system enabled us to address the hyperlinking problem in a real setting: the task was to provide enrichments to media fragments of seed video content, enrichments which are judged by real users regarding their relevance. As one of 11 submissions, the LinkedTV submission lead by Mathilde Sahuguet and Benoit Huet of EURECOM obtained the second best result for the search task and achieved best for the hyperlinking task according to the final results which were made public at the MediaEval Workshop on October 18/19th in Barcelona, Spain (www.mediaeval.org). A « Distinctive Mention Award » was presented to Mathilde during the closing session of the workshop. Such results indicate that LinkedTV is currently providing one of the leading technologies for this task!