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Facebook Testing More Uses For Open Graph Actions Such As ‘Want To Watch, Watched?’ - AllFacebook

Facebook Testing More Uses For Open Graph Actions Such As ‘Want To Watch, Watched?’ - AllFacebook | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Facebook may be experimenting with new locations for Open Graph actions such as “want to watch,” which it debuted last March for posts from applications, and which were added to posts and lists from friends’ Timelines later that...
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3D TV: Not Dead Yet, and Getting Better

3D TV: Not Dead Yet, and Getting Better | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Vizio’s announcement at the Consumer Electronics Show last week that it was dropping 3D support from its future TVs was taken by many as a death knell for 3D television. But in truth, 3D TV is like...
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What we learned about the future of TV at CES 2014

What we learned about the future of TV at CES 2014 | screen seriality | Scoop.it
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A webinar to know everyhing has been revelead at CES about the future of television

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Top Facebook Buzz for Golden Globes Was…

Top Facebook Buzz for Golden Globes Was… | screen seriality | Scoop.it
The Golden Globes were filled with great moments on social media, and Facebook tracked the top five buzzworthy moments for Lost Remote.
“Breaking Bad’s” Bryan Cranston‘s first Golden Globes win in five nominations was the most buzzed about moment.
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How YouTube's Global Platform Is Redefining the Entertainment Business

How YouTube's Global Platform Is Redefining the Entertainment Business | screen seriality | Scoop.it
YouTube CEO Salar Kamangar and his team have transformed Google's Folly into a mind-blowing -- and lucrative -- global platform that is redefining the...
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On YouTube curation+videos=channel . If you leverage this model you really may acquire an audience

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Hélène LUCIEN's curator insight, January 15, 2014 4:24 AM

Video delivered via the Internet is creating a world with hundreds of thousands of channels, and YouTube is helping people build these next-generation networks and sharing in the upside

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Real-time, second screen ad solution to debut at CES - IPTV News

Real-time, second screen ad solution to debut at CES - IPTV News | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Lost Remote Real-time, second screen ad solution to debut at CES IPTV News Innovid, the technology platform delivering immersive video advertising, and its partner, Cisco, will enable broadcasters, service providers and other third-party app...

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The Return of Appointment TV

The Return of Appointment TV | screen seriality | Scoop.it
The Internet was the original media disruptor. It was a new heavyweight contender in the fight for consumer eyeballs and it started us down an irreversible path towards instantaneous-or-nothing content consumption.
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Real-time, second screen ad solution to debut a...

Real-time, second screen ad solution to debut a... | screen seriality | Scoop.it

Lost Remote Real-time, second screen ad solution to debut at CES IPTV News Innovid, the technology platform delivering immersive video advertising, and its partner, Cisco, will enable broadcasters, service providers and other third-party app...


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53% of Americans Believe Mobile Devices Will Replace TV Sets in the Next Eight Years

53% of Americans Believe Mobile Devices Will Replace TV Sets in the Next Eight Years | screen seriality | Scoop.it

New research from Irdeto that explores consumer television and video viewing preferences revealed that 53% of consumers believe that mobile devices like smartphones and tablets will replace television sets in the next eight years as the most common way to consume entertainment. Of that group, 31% believe that change will actually occur sooner, in the next one to five years.

 

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The majority of consumers (65%) still prefer to watch their favorite content live at the time of broadcast (also known as linear programming), whether it is on their television or streaming on a mobile device.Sixty percent (60%) of the “Netflix generation” - 18-24 year olds - indicated they prefer to watch full series at once, without waiting a week or more in between new episodes. This underscores the binge-watching trend that kicked into high gear with the 2013 release of Netflix’s original series House of Cards.When it comes to broadband connected devices, 31% of people believe they will be using a Smart TV to watch movies and television within five years, rather than popular CE devices like gaming consoles (6%), hybrid streaming devices like Roku (6%), tablets and mobile phones (5%) and dongles such as Google Chromecast (2%).Consumer demand for 4K TV sets is gaining momentum but still has a ways to go, with only 18% “very interested” and 40% “somewhat interested” in purchasing a 4K/Ultra HD television. Sixteen percent (16%) of respondents revealed that they are not at all interested in the newer technology


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Screen resolution, broadband, ease of use, the chance of watching everywhere, and a new generation that was born in the mobile era are some signs of how the watching experience is changing. Mobile has already taken the place of Pcs and is going to take the place of television.

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Social TV: How Top Networks Are Leveraging Their Social Data | Simply Measured

Social TV: How Top Networks Are Leveraging Their Social Data | Simply Measured | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Recently, I was invited to participate in Mediabistro‘s Lost Remote Show in Los Angeles. If you’re unfamiliar, LostRemote.com is a Mediabistro website dedicated to Social TV. Its great.
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Engagement is just a small part of social tv. There is a lot about data. And now tv channels are starting to use social tv data in different ways. There is a lot about strategy and a lot about creativity.

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Over 103 million U.S. households will subscribe to pay-TV services by end of 2014

Over 103 million U.S. households will subscribe to pay-TV services by end of 2014 | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Pay-TV features a focus of upcoming 18th annual CONNECTIONS™: The Premier Connected Home Conference (Are #payTV subscribers more interested in #TVeverywhere or personalized suggestions?
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Seven social video predictions for 2014 - Brand Republic News

Seven social video predictions for 2014 - Brand Republic News | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Last year was a watershed year for social video advertising. But what can we expect in 2014? - Brand Republic (Seven social video predictions for 2014. Will social video amplify TV spend and demand TV budgets?
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Gamification Will Strengthen the Second Screen

Gamification Will Strengthen the Second Screen | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Gamification Will Strengthen the Second Screen
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I believe gamification can leverage the second screen power on tv shows that don't need a extreme attention by the viewer. In that case gamification can fill the blanks and create engagement.

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More than half of US consumers would buy an UltraHD TV in next two years

More than half of US consumers would buy an UltraHD TV in next two years | screen seriality | Scoop.it
UltraHD/4K technology, undoubtedly one of the star attractions of CES 2014, now has to start selling in order to live up to its hype, but this may not be huge challenge, a research brief from Strategy Analytics notes.
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Golden Globes see 39% year-over-year boost on Twitter | Twitter Blogs

Golden Globes see 39% year-over-year boost on Twitter | Twitter Blogs | screen seriality | Scoop.it
xxx... (#GoldenGlobes see 39% year-over-year boost on Twitter http://t.co/JRbpZIinKV #SocialTV #SecondScreen)
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Celebrity Instagram Answers at Golden Globes

Celebrity Instagram Answers at Golden Globes | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Instagram video questions fans sent in prior to the Golden Globes created great buzz on social media last night. The Golden Globes Facebook page has some of the top video answers from the stars up now.
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Golden Globes have used in the most simple way possible Instagram to engage the viewers. Shooting pictures of the stars in the backstage and shooting videos where they answer to some fixed questions generated a great buzz.


The Golden Globes strategy is based on showing through a wide channel what is hidden and personal.

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Social’s Best Golden Globe Moments

Social’s Best Golden Globe Moments | screen seriality | Scoop.it
There were great moments on-stage and on social media during tonight’s Golden Globes, including a first-ever winner for an online-only actress.
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HBO Is Putting First Episodes of 'Girls' Season 3 on YouTube

HBO Is Putting First Episodes of 'Girls' Season 3 on YouTube | screen seriality | Scoop.it
HBO's YouTube channel will upload the two-part premiere of 'Girls' season three. It's just one way HBO is courting the hit show's active online fan base.
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How can brands take greater advantage of second-screen usage?

How can brands take greater advantage of second-screen usage? | screen seriality | Scoop.it
A recent BBC World News survey of more than 3,600 digital device owners found that 43% of tablet users say they consume more TV than they did five years ago, with most respondents saying they use tablets alongside TV.
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A New Digital Strategy in Hand, the Golden Globes Look to Create a Second-Screen Experience

A New Digital Strategy in Hand, the Golden Globes Look to Create a Second-Screen Experience | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Brandchannel - always branding. always on. (#AskGlobes.A New Digital Strategy in Hand, the Golden Globes Look to Create a Second-Screen Ex..
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Netflix declares 'binge viewing' the new normal

Netflix declares 'binge viewing' the new normal | screen seriality | Scoop.it
A recent survey conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of Netflix found that binge watching is a widespread behaviour among this group, with 61% binge watching regularly. The online survey was c...

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What is amazing in the evolution of things is that it impacts on every level. If Binge viewing will really become the new normal it will impact in a strong way on contents writing. The drama arcs in every episode and the cliffhangers will not be based anymore on single episodes and even episodes shall be longer or shorter. Then who will offer VOD services is going to think how to fill the time that lasts between 2 seasons (they are likely to divide one season in 2 parts as happens now with cable tv series). 


Binge viewing, as social tv and second screen are changing more than one world and 2014 can be a year where change will be the key.

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Laurent Hilaire's curator insight, January 14, 2014 9:00 AM
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CES 2014: TiVo users get taste for binge viewing and second screen

Research by PVR pioneer TiVo among its subscriber base has revealed a huge desire for binge viewing of content as well as consumption of content on second screens.
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"Over three-quarters (78%) of TiVo subscribers capable of streaming content to their mobile devices are doing so at least once a month. Additionally, the average number of streaming sessions per month increased by almost 50% in the second half of the 2013. Four-fifths of TiVo streaming sessions were viewed on tablets, while the remaining sessions were viewed on smartphones. Additionally, a typical streaming session was as long as a 30-minute sitcom, without commercials, with an average user streaming 15.6 sessions per month."

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MediaPost Publications TV Nets Don't Synchronize Cross-Platform Screens 01/10/2014

MediaPost Publications TV Nets Don't Synchronize Cross-Platform Screens 01/10/2014 | screen seriality | Scoop.it
TV Nets Don't Synchronize Cross-Platform Screens - 01/10/2014 (TV Nets Don't Synchronize Cross-Platform Screens: Likely losing out on lucrative ad packages,...
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"only 42% of second-screen users have attempted to synchronize their content experience to live TV. "

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TV Viewers Aren't Thrilled with Second-Screen Synchronized Content, Study Finds

TV Viewers Aren't Thrilled with Second-Screen Synchronized Content, Study Finds | screen seriality | Scoop.it
Call it app-athy: While the majority of TV viewers are sitting on their couch with a mobile device in hand, most think second-screen content synchronized with a TV show is just... sort of OK. Accor...
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