Beyond NBC’s spectacular ratings for its coverage of the Summer Olympics is the equally awesome data on viewers who tuned into the Games via online and wireless devices.
Despite its dubious methodology and predictably self-serving results, the June 2012 “Dyle Mobile TV Data Report” does confirm the growing demand for mobile video content.
Video multitasking is accelerating into significant use, and the emerging service may become a battleground between Samsung and Apple.
BOSTON—“Coopetition” among big cable multisystem operators (MSOs) and between the MSOs and Verizon Wireless took on new dimensions during The Cable Show last month.
TV has always been a social experience, and now we are focused on extending and amplifying the conversation within social media.
A consequence of the Internet-connected TV era is the inevitable avalanche of content and the concomitant challenge of finding what you want to see
It will be among the first "channels" funded by Google and its YouTube subsidiary to entice high-profile Hollywood creatives into making original Web programs.
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