Larry is the president of Positive Flux, a media consulting firm.
A problem we don’t know we have (yet).
Most of what is termed social video by the industry retains the legacy of the impermeable wall between the viewer and the program. The model is that of a one-way medium, but today’s audience craves two-way interaction.
I recently attended a meeting, held in a conference room dedicated to Chester Floyd Carlson.
You could not turn on the business news channels in the past month without hearing that wages have finally started to rise.
In my many years at the Peacock network, and during my subsequent consulting career, I witnessed a great number of reorganizations.
Five years ago, my very first blog entry explored how cloud-based asset management might change television production.
You would need a crystal ball to see what the FCC has in mind with its recent 3-2 vote to proceed with the chairman’s #unlockthebox proposal.
On any given day, I encounter some version of truly remarkable statistics about the rise of video on-demand as a percentage of the total amount of viewing.
Sometimes too much of a good thing is not a good thing.
It is unlikely that anyone reading this post needs to be told that the TV consumption habits of millennials are dramatically different.
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