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Attracting and Retaining Audiences in Times of Multiplatform [& #Transmedia]

Attracting and Retaining Audiences in Times of Multiplatform [& #Transmedia] | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

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Richard Stadler's curator insight, September 10, 2013 5:20 AM

Incentivise your staff at all levels to push tech sales (they cost less)

Hans Heesterbeek's curator insight, September 11, 2013 12:10 AM
Social media: the new remote control
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Gaming Consoles Lead Global Connected TV Usage, According to NPD DisplaySearch - DisplaySearch

Gaming Consoles Lead Global Connected TV Usage, According to NPD DisplaySearch - DisplaySearch | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

With growing interest in streaming content, online gaming, and apps on TVs, households are increasingly finding ways to connect their TVs to the Internet. In several developed countries, game consoles have become the most popular way to make that connection.

 

According to the NPD DisplaySearch Quarterly Smart TV Usage Study, the way TVs are connected to the Internet varies depending on where consumers live in the world. The results of surveys of households in the US, Japan, China, France, Germany, Italy, and the UK found that 27% of flat panel TVs are connected to the Internet, either directly from smart TVs or via other connected devices.

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Maya Zuckerman on creating an immersive storyworld [#Transmedia]

Maya Zuckerman on creating an immersive storyworld [#Transmedia] | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Maya Zuckerman:  "So how do we make an immersive Transmedia Project out of The Fifth Sacred Thing?"


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The Digital Rocking Chair's curator insight, December 23, 2012 2:20 AM

Designing the transmedia strategy for The Fifth Sacred Thing.


Tags: Multiplatform, Audience Engagement, Transmedia Storytelling, Storyworlds

Simon Staffans's curator insight, December 23, 2012 1:43 PM

good question and good answers.

Brad Tollefson's curator insight, January 3, 2013 2:48 AM

Go Maya and team!

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Data Points: Two-Screen Viewing

Data Points: Two-Screen Viewing | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Tablet owners often multi-task while on their devices, especially while watching TV...

 

Media and multi-tasking is nothing new, and that's especially true of tablet owners, according to newly released research by GfK MRI's iPanel. Given the portability of the devices and all the capabilities they offer, it's no wonder tablet owners are voracious multi-taskers—in fact, fully 90 percent of them do something else while using their tablets, and multi-tasking accounts for 40 percent of their tablet time. A particularly big percentage of that multi-tasking time is spent watching TV, with 63 percent of tablet owners using their tablets for that purpose, and 41 percent of their total TV-watching time spent using their tablets at the same time.


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Emerging Television: Social TV And Participatory Psychology | the never.no blog

Emerging Television: Social TV And Participatory Psychology | the never.no blog | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
A study into the inner workings of human psychology to understand Social TV, participation TV and multiscreen engagement.

Reading the media lately, we hear a lot about differing Social TV trends that whilst all true, are lacking a very crucial understanding of the behavioral background needed to capitalize upon these trends, which we’ll touch upon here (You lucky devils). At never.no we’re looking into the emerging TV landscape holistically with respect to technology, media and psychology.

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Vers une stratégie multi-écrans lors du News World Summit 2012

Vers une stratégie multi-écrans lors du News World Summit 2012 | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Le News World Summit est l’événement annuel de GEN. Après une première édition à Hong Kong en Novembre 2011 – avec plus de 220 rédacteurs en chef débattant avec des orateurs exclusifs tels que Julian Assange de Wikileaks ou Joi Ito du MIT Media Labs -, il aura lieu à l’Hôtel de Ville de Paris du 30 mai au 1er juin 2012.
Une stratégie multi-écran pour 2012 avec le mobile, la tablette, le PC, et la télévision connectée L’événement réunira pendant 3 jours 400 rédacteurs en chef de plus de 80 pays, autour de thèmes et d’orateurs rarement présents en France.

Des programmes innovants vont permettre une émulation permanente pendant l’événement:

- Le Cross-Media IdeaGenerator: 50 idées innovantes de nouveaux contenus seront présentées par les meilleurs spécialistes dans dix thématiques clé: curation, fact-checking…

- Startups for news: 20 startups sélectionnées présenteront après chaque conférence leurs services innovants pour révolutionner les médias

- Le Live Desk: un logiciel libre de live-blogging développé par GEN et Sourcefabric, offert aux rédactions du monde entier.

Les principaux thèmes du NEWS! Summitseront :

- La mort de l’article et du reportage traditionnels (P Bale, CNN, J Roberts, New York Times)

- L’explosion d’une nouvelle tendance: le live-blogging (avec AFP et Scribble Libe…)

- Comment financer le journalisme d’investigation? (avec Propublica, Mediapart…)

- Séance exceptionnelle Inside Guardian News and Media (avec Alan Rusbridger)

- Le Social-Local-Mobile et l’information régionale (avec L. Brody, F. Bellinger et le SPQR)

- Le Tsunami du data journalism (avec Paul Steiger et Propublica)

- La télévision connectée et les plateformes à venir (avec Phil Fearnley et Bruno Patino)

- Les social magazines et newsreading apps (avec Jim Brady et Google)


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Connected TV: why the focus should be on being smart

Connected TV: why the focus should be on being smart | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

The television is about sharing an experience, says Bruno Pereira, but the challenge is to combine it with a range of other devices.

The problem is that the focus has been on being connected, instead of on being smart.

Connected TV is seen by many as the saviour of television advertising; it combines the broad, living room reach of the TV with interactivity and tracking ability....

The reality is that combining multiplescreen connections into one device stream is revolutionising media consumption. Instead of taking viewers away from the TV to their computers, we must combine all the devices to give consumers what they want, where and when they want it – we just have to be smart enough to do it right.

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Time Warner’s CEO urged media to make available their premuim content on all devices

Time Warner’s  CEO urged media to make available their premuim content on all devices | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Time Warner Inc. Chief Executive Jeff Bewkes urged media industry executives Tuesday to move faster to make premium video content available to pay-television subscribers across tablets and other online video devices, before consumers seek other alternatives.

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Four Weird Things the Internet Is Doing to Our Understanding of Television

Four Weird Things the Internet Is Doing to Our Understanding of Television | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

...When it comes to delivering audio-visual content to a wide audience, the Internet has lowered the barriers to entry so far that anyone with even the dinkiest camera can become a major broadcaster. The television industry may face a crisis of overhead when a large number of scrappy upstarts deliver comparable value with almost no fixed costs. Also, there are some aspects of the television business that the Internet simply does better, specifically when it comes to reaching an audience.  So there is the scent of blood in the water, and out of the resulting frenzy a few lessons have appeared. Here are four of them.  

- There doesn’t have to be a difference between a “channel” and a “show.”...
- Programming can now be delivered to your television set through a remote control...

- Marketing and distribution are often the same thing...

- Television is no longer that different from publishing...


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Beware of the future, TV broadcasters | NewsLab

Beware of the future, TV broadcasters | NewsLab | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Broadcasters have been counting on mobile digital TV to change the game in their favor. When users can get high-quality streaming video for free on multiple devices, the thinking goes, they’ll be less interested in paying for “over the top” services that require an Internet connection. But mobile TV has been at the starting gate for a couple of years, while connected TVs and set-top boxes are selling now.
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FRANCE 24 se lance sur la télévision connectée

FRANCE 24 se lance sur la télévision connectée | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Distribuée aujourd’hui auprès de 235 millions de foyers dans plus de 200 pays, FRANCE 24 lance un nouveau type d’application dédié aux téléviseurs connectés, franchissant ainsi un palier supplémentaire dans son développement technologique et une étape majeure vers son implantation mondiale multi-supports.

Cette nouvelle application permet à tous les détenteurs de téléviseurs connectés de suivre FRANCE 24 en direct dans ses trois versions linguistiques, mais aussi de retrouver l’intégralité de son offre à la demande (reportages, émissions, magazines, etc.).

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TV vs. vidéo, anciens contre modernes, again ! | Metamedia

TV vs. vidéo, anciens contre modernes, again ! | Metamedia | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
10 ans après les premiers blogs, balayés à l’époque d’un haussement d’épaules par les patrons de presse, les initiatives des acteurs de la vidéo en ligne inquiètent de plus en plus les géants de la télévision.
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BBC - BBC Internet Blog: BBC iPlayer: iPhone app and 3G streaming across all mobile networks

BBC - BBC Internet Blog: BBC iPlayer: iPhone app and 3G streaming across all mobile networks | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

More and more people are choosing to watch their favourite television programmes or listen to the radio on their mobile phone or tablet.

There have been record figures for BBC iPlayer on mobile with 1.5 million installs on the Apple iPad and 1.2 million installs on Android devices since we launched the apps in February 2011.

In October 2011 alone 16.5 million programmes were watched on mobile devices and tablets, up by 129% from this time last year.

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NBCU Ad Chief Linda Yaccarino Points to Future of TV Sales | Media - Advertising Age

NBCU Ad Chief Linda Yaccarino Points to Future of TV Sales | Media - Advertising Age | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
nbcu's linda yaccarino has her work cut out for her, stitching together broadcast, cable and digital while the flagship falters.

 

Don't tell Linda Yaccarino she's in the business of selling TV spots.

Instead, the president of ad sales for NBCUniversal asserts that she is selling cola, diapers, jeans and more -- a task that's become increasingly complex in a marketplace where viewer fragmentation is the norm.

So when Ms. Yaccarino kicks off talks with media buyers and clients during this month's upfront -- the annual negotiating dance in which TV networks try to unload the bulk of their ad inventory for the new season -- she's going in with a new strategy.

Her focus will be to demonstrate to advertisers how NBCU can cobble together reach using everything in its media arsenal, from cable giants USA, Bravo and E! to digital platforms like Fandango and DailyCandy.

It's an experiment worth watching: The 2013 upfront season not only marks a new era for Comcast's NBCU, but quite possibly the entire TV industry, as the media behemoth goes to market for the first time with its broadcast, cable and digital ad sales teams under one umbrella

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Rapport CES 2013

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Rapport CES 2013, Opinions Libres, le blog d'Olivier Ezratty

 

Depuis 2006, ce PDF gra­tuit vous per­met de faire un beau tour d’horizon des offres du monde des loi­sirs numé­riques. Il couvre très lar­ge­ment l’ensemble de l’offre pré­sen­tée au CES mais un peu au delà, à des pro­duits et solu­tions que je peux décou­vrir pen­dant l’année passée.

 

Nou­veau­tés mar­quantes dans l’édition 2013

Dans cette édition, vous trou­ve­rez notamment :

Une vue d’ensemble des évolu­tions du mar­ché de l’électronique grand public, à la fois qua­li­ta­tive et quan­ti­ta­tive et un point sur les prin­ci­pales grandes entre­prises du secteur.Le pano­rama com­plet habi­tuel des offres de télé­vi­sion connec­tées cou­vrant à la fois les construc­teurs de TV mais égale­ment les opé­ra­teurs aux USA, au Royaume Uni et en France et un début sur l’Allemagne. Le rap­port fait aussi le tour d’un grand nombre de star­tups du secteur.Le point com­plet sur la 4K tant au niveau de l’affichage sur TV qu’ailleurs, dans la cap­ture y com­pris dans les mobiles et la dif­fu­sion de vidéos et chaines TV par tous les tuyaux.Le tour com­plet des offres de tablettes et smart­phones et aussi de leurs acces­soires divers, qu’il s’agisse de celles qui tournent sous Android ou Win­dows 8.Le point sur la voi­ture connec­tée et sur­tout sur la conduite auto­ma­tique qui fait des pro­grès fulgurants.Un tour du mar­ché de l’audio, mar­qué par le sans fil, et aussi des inno­va­tions dans le son mul­ti­ca­nal, les casque tout comme la hi-fi haut de gamme. Avec quelques beaux spé­ci­men comme d’habitude dans la hi-fi haut de gamme.Les révo­lu­tions en cours dans usages asso­ciés aux cap­teurs, notam­ment dans la santé et le fitness.Les évolu­tions mar­quantes dans les com­po­sants : pro­ces­seurs fixes et mobiles, mémoires, sto­ckage et réseaux avec et sans fils. Le giga­bit mini­mum devient la norme, même dans le wire­less ! Com­ment s’y retrou­ver dans la foire des stan­dards qui s’enrichit sans cesse ?Un tour d’horizon des 54 socié­tés fran­çaises (+12) pré­sentes au CES ou aux alen­tours, un nou­veau record très encou­ra­geant sur nos star­tups fran­çaises, cer­taines ayant véri­ta­ble­ment réussi à se faire remar­quer sur place avec notam­ment HAPILABS, Urban­Hello, Withings sans compte l’habituel Parrot !Et le meilleur et le pire du mar­ke­ting avec son bêti­sier habi­tuel tou­jours aussi dense et puis tous ces pro­duits lou­foques tel ce bra­ce­let qui capte les ondes du cerveau.
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En route vers le multi-écran | Zdnet

En route vers le multi-écran | Zdnet | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
La rupture ce n'est pas le débat portable versus tablette, mais le multi-écran. Car les applications et les données migrent dans le Cloud, l'ergonomie et le temps d'accès deviennent prédominants sur le stockage et la puissance de traitement local.
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Toujours plus de télévision sur tous les écrans

Toujours plus de télévision sur tous les écrans | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

La possibilité de regarder la télévision en Live  ou en Catch-up, quel que soit l’écran, accélère la consommation télévisuelle.


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2e vague de l’Observatoire TV connectée

2e vague de l’Observatoire TV connectée | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

L’Observatoire de la TV Connectée est une initiative conjointe de l’Institut CSA et NPA Conseil. Il mesure la montée en puissance de la TV Connectée : équipements, connexion et usages.

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Nielsen U.S., UK Couch Potatoes Love To Tap On Tablets While Watching TV | TechCrunch

Nielsen U.S., UK Couch Potatoes Love To Tap On Tablets While Watching TV | TechCrunch | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

According to the latest study from Nielsen covering Q4 2011, in the U.S., a full 86 percent of tablet owners and 88 percent of smartphone owners said that they used their devices while watching regular TV at least once in a 30-day period. Nearly half (45 percent) actually did this on daily basis with their tablets, with 41 percent saying they watched TV while tapping on a smartphone every day.

But what’s perhaps surprising is that, while sites like GetGlue and Twitter have capitalized on the idea of social streams coinciding with TV viewing, Nielsen says the most popular activity is actually checking email, with the second most-popular activity being related to checking content related to the program or products being advertised around it.
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Ericsson unifies Broadcast and IP to drive Multi-Screen TV experiences

Ericsson unifies Broadcast and IP to drive Multi-Screen TV experiences | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Ericsson will demonstrate how it is driving the future of television with the industry's broadest portfolio of solutions and services. As the market adapts to meet the challenges of increasing consumer desire for multi-screen television; multi-platform delivery is the essential route to uniting different delivery networks, back-office systems and consumer devices.


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Under The Thumb: la nouvelle plateforme sociale de MTV | Influencia

Under The Thumb: la nouvelle plateforme sociale de MTV | Influencia | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Quand MTV marie contenu et réseaux sociaux, ça donne Under the Thumb, une application lancée en mars dans sept pays européens, dont la France.

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Infographic: 50% of TV isn’t watched on TV - MIP Blog

Infographic: 50% of TV isn’t watched on TV - MIP Blog | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

TV has come a long way in the past 80 years: and the rate of evolution has accelerated so quickly since the 1990s, that even the term “watching TV” has become almost irrelevant: 284 million people, or nearly 50% of US viewers, don’t watch TV on the television, but on the internet, via timeshifting, or on their mobile phones.
The infographic’s other Nielsen & emarketer.com-sourced insights include:
- 60% of people who multitask whilst watching TV do so on social media
- 41% of consumers own an HD and/or 3D TV, and 46% intend to purchase one
- $800m was spent on social games like Farmville in 2012.


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Connected devices will fuel the next rising tide for online video industry

Connected devices will fuel the next rising tide for online video industry | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Apple CEO Tim Cook may have reiterated the company's stance that its Apple TV franchise is still just a hobby to the company, and with the numbers Apple put up in the first quarter for iPads and iPhones, what else could it be?


But there are increasing indications that that "little business" of Apple's is about to boom, and that it's likely to be part of a rising tide that will give the online video industry yet another boost, perhaps becoming the flood tide that puts it over the top and firmly into mainstream America.

 


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Putting the ‘smart’ into Smart TV | Videonet

Putting the ‘smart’ into Smart TV | Videonet | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

It is pretty clear where the major Connected TV vendors are heading this year, adding value to their platforms by integrating companion screen experiences (initially focused on tablet/phone remote control and programme guides) and by making multimedia content sharing around the home easier. Both of these will provide a value-add for consumers beyond the provision of on-demand or even increasing volumes of live TV through the apps. The expansion of tablet ranges means there will be more focus on multi-screen delivery of video content as well, with Sony likely to lead the way there thanks to its Video Unlimited content offer.

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BBC (public service not commercial!) plans charging for access to archive - informitv

BBC (public service not commercial!) plans charging for access to archive - informitv | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

The BBC is reportedly planning to charge viewers for access to its archive programming. That may come as no real shock but it is surprising that its commercial arm, BBC Worldwide, is apparently not involved. The BBC says that any plans for such micropayments would need to be developed in conjunction with the industry and rights holders and denies that it would lead to a two-tier licence fee.

According to a report in the trade magazine Broadcast, the payment proposals are thought to have come from the BBC Online Direction Group, which is chaired by Ralph Riviera, the director of Future Media, who joined the corporation in October 2010 from Major League Gaming in New York.


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