While traditional pay TV operators and broadcast networks dominate the consumer television landscape, 12% of TV viewers streamed TV shows for free from the Internet during the past 90 days compared to 14% who watched a TV show via subscription...
Yesterday during Google’s fourth-quarter earnings call, Nikesh Arora, Google’s Senior Vice President and Chief Business Officer, revealed that 2012 was a massively successful year for YouTube on multiple fronts.
For the first time ever, the number of U.S. households paying for TV service will go down. The news comes as a tipping point in consumers’ struggles to break away from a TV industry that forces them to buy bundles of channels.
It's not too late for yet one more 2012 year-in-review report, and today's latest addition comes from Nielsen, which examined how Americans have been consuming content over the course of the past year.
Minneapolis's Guthrie Theater is the latest to section off an area of the auditorium for those who want to tweet during a performance. Another sign of the Apocalypse? Read this article by Chris Matyszczyk on CNET News.
Getting Netflix streams to play on all of your devices requires a whole lot of encoding: The company is preparing 120 different versions of each movie to deal with different screen sizes and bandwidth requirements, according to a recently published...
Pascal de Mul, global head of hardware partnerships at hugely popular music streaming service Spotify, on the growing importance of TV as a platform for music delivery, the thinking behind new features just announced by the Spotify team, and the...
Nearly half of Americans with subscription TV service have used “TV Everywhere” -- but awareness of the concept continues to lag, with only 22% of them saying they’ve ever heard of the term, according to a recent survey by GfK’s media research division.
Google TV may be getting ready to take the fight to Apple and Roku by allowing CE manufacturers to build pure streaming boxes without any cable TV integration. Vizio CTO Matt McRae told us that he expects these devices to surface later this year.
There are now more than one hundred million smart TVs installed in homes worldwide, according to research from Strategy Analytics. By the end of 2012, the global installed base of smart TVs had reached 104 million. In leading markets such as the US, household penetration now exceeds 20 per cent. The report predicts that annual smart TV sales in China will exceed those of the US this year and will grow to more than twice the size of the US market in 2017.
Hot on the heels of successful launches in Australia and the US, social TV wunderkind zeebox is investing in the technology side of the house to embrace the rise of VOD by integrating the Gracenote Entourage Automatic Content Recognition (ACR)...
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