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5% of Videos on YouTube Drive 95% of the Views

5% of Videos on YouTube Drive 95% of the Views | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
Did you know 5% of videos are driving 95% of the total views on YouTube? Or that the Internet welcomed its 8th video to reach 1 billion views this week?
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Why Must Country Singles Be 'Worked' By Labels to Be Played on Commercial Radio?

Why Must Country Singles Be 'Worked' By Labels to Be Played on Commercial Radio? | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
Some broadcasters posed telling questions on Facebook on Grammy night like this one: "Why does no one work Brandy Clark music?" That question raises another: Why should it matter?
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One sentence and six charts to explain why Comcast is buying Time Warner Cable

One sentence and six charts to explain why Comcast is buying Time Warner Cable | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
Why is America's largest cable TV company buying its biggest rival for $44 billion? Well, not to oversimplify things, but that's easy to explain: The pay TV industry is in flux... ...as Americans drop their cable TV subscriptions... ...but pay the same companies for internet service, and since Comcast and TWC control different regions, why not...
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Who Has Greenlight Power in Hollywood? A Studio-by-Studio Guide - TheWrap

Who Has Greenlight Power in Hollywood? A Studio-by-Studio Guide - TheWrap | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
TheWrap found that the decision making process is more diffuse than ever as studios seek movies that play well overseas
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Qello Set To "Explode" With Many New Live Concert Films Online - hypebot

Qello Set To "Explode" With Many New Live Concert Films Online - hypebot | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
By Eliot Van Buskirk of Evolver.fm. Let’s get this out of the way: There is no perfect app for watching live music on your computer, phone, tablet, and/or television, and there probably never will be. The licensing issues are simply too complicated. Having once predicted that live online music would start to make sense in 2008, I have a new guess: It will never make sense. Too many people want a piece — bands, managers, venues, labels, publishers, the apps and services themselves, and, possibly, the ISPs and cell data providers who can extract a bounty for delivering the 1s...
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A Glimpse Into The Future Of NPR, From Its First-Ever Creative Director

A Glimpse Into The Future Of NPR, From Its First-Ever Creative Director | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
Liz Danzico estimates she's listened to 300000 hours of NPR in her lifetime which among other things makes her uniquely qualified to usher the public...
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Adjusting the Picture - The Morning News

Adjusting the Picture - The Morning News | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
Some of the best TV shows these days, whether we’re watching them on television sets or online, are being compared to novels—and even sonnets. A chat with some of the leading thinkers in TV writing to find out what comes next.
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How will TV change? Think voice activation, restyled interfaces and programming in the 'cloud'

How will TV change? Think voice activation, restyled interfaces and programming in the 'cloud' | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
The computer industry is battling to control the living room, one likely to bring voice activation, restyled remotes, new on-screen interfaces and other major changes in the way people interact with TVs.
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How will TV change? Think voice activation, restyled interfaces and programming in the 'cloud'

How will TV change? Think voice activation, restyled interfaces and programming in the 'cloud' | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
The computer industry is battling to control the living room, one likely to bring voice activation, restyled remotes, new on-screen interfaces and other major changes in the way people interact with TVs.
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BuzzFeed's Strategy to Conquer Video

BuzzFeed's Strategy to Conquer Video | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
These days, all Web publishers want to be social publishers. And nearly all Web publishers want more video since consumers (and advertisers) increasingly crave it.
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Pandora Radio: 2013 Is Your Make Or Break Year

Pandora Radio: 2013 Is Your Make Or Break Year | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
The Internet radio companys official numbers arent showing it just yetbut new competition from Apple and rising tensions over royalty costs will test...
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Digital Music News - When Do Tits Become Art? YouTube Reinstates Timberlake's Topless Video...

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To find media’s future, look at radio’s past

To find media’s future, look at radio’s past | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
On Wednesday 18 March 2015, I was talking at Rethink Media, Birmingham City University’s Annual Media Conference. I spok…
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What Will Kill AM/FM Radio - Digital Music News

What Will Kill AM/FM Radio - Digital Music News | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
I’m driving around listening to DJ Jeremiah Red on KROQ and it’s 30% static. A great playlist, but I can’t fully take it in. Then...
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Behind the music: The politics of the playlist

Behind the music: The politics of the playlist | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
Helienne Lindvall: Radio play is still hugely important for bands wanting to find their audience. I spoke to Radio 1's head of music about how a playlist is put together
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Who Has TV Greenlight Power in Hollywood? A Broadcast Network Guide - TheWrap

Who Has TV Greenlight Power in Hollywood? A Broadcast Network Guide - TheWrap | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
From NBC to PBS, here's who decides what you watch
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Music Labels Make More Off Mashups, Covers Than Official Music Videos

Music Labels Make More Off Mashups, Covers Than Official Music Videos | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
Fan videos have become the music video industry's best friend. A recent report from the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) has revealed that record labels now make more money from mashup, cover, and tribute versions of music videos than they make from the music videos themselves.

The study doesn't reveal specific numbers, but it cites widely-shared parodies, such as Steve Kardynal's Chatroulette rendition of
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Radionomy Now Controls "Half of All Streamed Internet Radio Worldwide"... - Digital Music News

Radionomy Now Controls "Half of All Streamed Internet Radio Worldwide"... - Digital Music News | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
Earlier this month reports surfaced that Radionomy was acquiring Winamp and Shoutcast, Winamp’s radio streaming service.  The acquisition, which would effectively save both from going...
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The Internet's Attention Span for Video Is Quickly Shrinking

The Internet's Attention Span for Video Is Quickly Shrinking | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
For a long time, everything about the appetite for online video has been assumed to be moving in one direction: up, and very quickly.
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YouTube To Broaden Subscription Option, Add Royalty-Free Soundtracks for Creators

YouTube To Broaden Subscription Option, Add Royalty-Free Soundtracks for Creators | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
In an effort to make its platform more useful to its top creators, YouTube on Thursday announced it will soon open its paid subscription option to
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The 8 Audio Apps That Will Slowly Destroy FM Radio

The fact that terrestrial radio endures in the era of Genius playlists and mobile apps is mind-blowing. Sure, well always need it for backup--in case...
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Radio 'in good health' says Ofcom

Radio 'in good health' says Ofcom | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
Two Ofcom surveys investigating listeners' attitudes towards radio find the medium's "enduring strength" remains despite challenges from digital and mobile media.
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YouTube Pay Channels Aren’t Taking Off Yet, Some Partners Say

YouTube Pay Channels Aren’t Taking Off Yet, Some Partners Say | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
YouTube, which has built an Internet video empire based on free, ad-supported content, has not signed up many paying customers for the 50-odd subscription channels since they launched more than two...
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Rediscovering Radio Through Apps

Rediscovering Radio Through Apps | The New Business of Film, TV and Radio | Scoop.it
After years of only listening to music on services like iTunes, Spotify and Pandora, radio suddenly becomes more appealing for its human element.
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