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Clearleap Integrates With Pace for Broadband VOD Delivery

Clearleap Integrates With Pace for Broadband VOD Delivery | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
"...these efforts - and others yet to come - signal an important architectural change pay-TV operators will likely be undergoing in the years ahead, moving from a traditional video delivery approach involving closed set-top boxes to one where standardized, web-based technologies are integrated to drive more video choice and lower costs."
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TDG -- PC-to-TV Connectivity Surprisingly Common Among U.S. Consumers

TDG -- PC-to-TV Connectivity Surprisingly Common Among U.S. Consumers | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
FRISCO, TX -- 03/01/11 -- According to a new report from The Diffusion Group (TDG), approximately one-third of broadband users connect a PC to their TV specifically to enjoy PC or online video on the 'big screen' at least once a year.Michael Greeso...
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Cutting the Cable - The State of Internet Based TV | Only Infographic

Cutting the Cable - The State of Internet Based TV | Only Infographic | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
The ability to watch your favorite TV show online or share popular videos from YouTube are recent trends, only introduced during the last decade. However, the growt of Internet TV and online video are skyrocketing as we become more connected and are given the ability to save money by watching TV online.
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Brightcove partners with LG to grow online video distribution to connected TVs - FierceOnlineVideo

As Elia points out, even with the influx of new OTT devices on the market, it can be tough to get consumers to install new hardware in their living room. Connected TVs make that moot, and make accessing the Internet a one-step process.
"Living room inertia is tough to beat"
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to stream live broadcasts from Smart TVs

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to stream live broadcasts from Smart TVs | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to stream live broadcasts from Smart TVs - As will Galaxy S II
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CBS, Netflix Sign Two-Year Content Agreement - The Hollywood Reporter

CBS, Netflix Sign Two-Year Content Agreement - The Hollywood Reporter | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
Is Netflix aiming to be the back-catalog king? | Subscribers to the video service will be able to stream shows like "Frasier," "Star Trek" and "Medium" ...
Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos said, "Netflix is now the only online premium subscription service with shows featured on all four broadcast networks and dozens of cable TV's biggest brands."
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Netflix: Comcast Hates Us, Sort Of, Maybe

Netflix: Comcast Hates Us, Sort Of, Maybe | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
Has Comcast been imposing extra peering fees on Level 3 to hurt Netflix, which is competing with its TV business? That's what Netflix is alleging in its just-published annual report, without actually stating it that frankly. The warning is carefully worded, but Netflix is clearly concerned.
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Internet TV Riding a "Megatrend" But Infrastructure is the Sure Winner 02/17/2011

"...They see the stars aligning in Internet TV's favor but are placing chips on the sure things - bandwidth. Anything related to heightened network demand is the more likely winner in any future Internet TV scenario..."
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Apple Antitrust Issues Raised by Subscription-Service Terms - WSJ.com

Apple Antitrust Issues Raised by Subscription-Service Terms - WSJ.com | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
Apple's new subscription service raises potential antitrust issues, some law professors say.
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Netflix Finally Arrives on the Boxee Box

Netflix Finally Arrives on the Boxee Box | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
The wait is over for Boxee Box owners, as the startup is finally making its Netflix app available today. The app comes as part of a new firmware update, which also features some added security measures. Boxee previously had to delay its Netflix rollout twice.
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YouView Delayed Until 2012 – BBC-Backed Internet Connected TV Dead Or Just Wounded?

YouView Delayed Until 2012 – BBC-Backed Internet Connected TV Dead Or Just Wounded? | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
YouView has officially been delayed until 2012, at least. The question is whether this is the final nail in the coffin of the BBC-backed connected ...
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NCTA To FCC: Google Proposal Would Deconstruct MVPD Model | Multichannel News

NCTA To FCC: Google Proposal Would Deconstruct MVPD Model | Multichannel News | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
NCTA's letter to the FCC: http://goo.gl/Ag9It... and an alternate viewpoint: http://goo.gl/tx7Re
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Behind the scenes at the Federal Communications Commission, a quiet war is being waged over the future of television

Behind the scenes at the Federal Communications Commission, a quiet war is being waged over the future of television | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
The cable industry and Google are at odds over the Federal Communications Commission's proposed "AllVid" pay TV/Internet interface. That proposal could turn Google TV from just another cool device into a revolution.
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Comcast Won't Go Streaming-Only, But Dish Might

Comcast Won't Go Streaming-Only, But Dish Might | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
Despite having an already robust platform for delivering Internet video, Comcast says it will stay away from offering over-the-top videos to people outside its network. Meanwhile, Dish Network is negotiating content rights that might enable it to offer streaming services to customers online.
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Rovi Buys Sidereel, Expands to the Web

Rovi Buys Sidereel, Expands to the Web | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
Sidereel has been scooped up by Rovi for an undisclosed amount, and Rovi is also launching a new consumer-facing website for media recommendations. However, the real end game seems to be t bring all of this web content to the next generation of connected devices.
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BONG.TV - Online Video Recorder TV App Coming out on Samsung and Apple Devices

BONG.TV - Online Video Recorder TV App Coming out on Samsung and Apple Devices | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
... BONG.TV is a high quality OVR for your TV programs where you can record your favourite broadcasts to your personal webspace (BongSpace). It's another play on TV Everywhere and Anywhere - and it's up to you... watch them online, on the way with your iPhone, download the video files to your PC or Mac or watch your recordings in your living room with your Samsung TV.
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Samsung Said to Be Considering Google TV Products That Exclude Intel Chips

Samsung Said to Be Considering Google TV Products That Exclude Intel Chips | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
Samsung Electronics Co. , the largest television maker, may use Google TV software in home- entertainment devices based on its own chips, rather than those from Intel Corp., a person with knowledge of the plans said.
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Legal Reprimand: Web Video Distributor Ivi Is Not 'Cable System'

Legal Reprimand: Web Video Distributor Ivi Is Not 'Cable System' | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
"Ivi's architecture bears no resemblance to the cable systems of the 1970s," the judge wrote. "Its service retransmits broadcast signals nationwide, rather than to specific local areas. Finally, unlike cable systems of the 1970s, Ivi refuses to comply with the rules and regulations of the FCC."
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Amazon Media Room: News Release

The first shot across Netfilix bow... Amazon.com, Inc. today announced the launch of a new benefit for Amazon Prime members: unlimited, commercial-free, instant streaming of more than 5,000 movies and TV shows. This new benefit is being added at no additional cost
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Interactive TV has finally happened — just not on TVs

Interactive TV has finally happened — just not on TVs | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
"TV manufacturers attempted to differentiate with connected-TV features and 3D. However, the market has moved and the real differentiation is offering interactive features in the remote control. When the core differentiator for TVs becomes the controller you hold in your hand, Apple becomes a very scary competitor — and Google looks more like a friend. TV manufacturers should seriously consider bundling Android-based controllers that can run engagement apps and transfer streams to their large screens. It’s either that, or watch their customers change the channel once and for all"
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What Does the Future of TV Look Like?

What Does the Future of TV Look Like? | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
What does the TV consumer of the future look like? What is TV becoming? The evolution of the format, technology and content was at the heart of today's discussion at the 2011 TV Summit, with the ultimate conclusion being that TV isn't really TV anymore.
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Nielsen: Cord Cutting's Not Real (Unless You're Under 25)

Nielsen: Cord Cutting's Not Real (Unless You're Under 25) | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
Statistics presented by Nielsen tday suggest that fluctuations in cable subscription numbers are due not to cord-cutting, but "cord-swapping," with consumers switching between different services. However, that still doesn't explain the rise of broadband-only households among the under-25 set, who are embracing cable-free life.
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How Netflix Plans to Fend Off Amazon, Hulu Plus, HBO, and Time Warner | Fast Company

"There will be [competition] at some point--Netflix won't run without pure competition for long," Swasey says. "Right now, there are three models, and Netflix is running uniquely with the subscription model."
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iBreakfast: What IS Social TV?

"Everyone gets the social community and communication angle - they even get the idea of communicating with visual references etc. They don't get the dangerous side - that viewers don't want their TV experience interrupted. In other words, they don't want their vegged out mental state disturbed. This is our national meditation time."
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Fox debuts iPad app in sync with TV show ‘Bones’ - Lost Remote

Fox debuts iPad app in sync with TV show ‘Bones’ - Lost Remote | TV Everywhere | Scoop.it
These apps are the tip of the iceberg. The possibilities are just beginning to be explored. An odd, though possibly intentional, choice to go with time sync vs. audio watermarking - won't work with DVR'd shows.
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