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TV in the media age: curation, recommendations and the death of linear
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IntoNow — Connect with your friends around the shows you love

IntoNow — Connect with your friends around the shows you love | TV in the digital age | Scoop.it
A magical TV related experience – connect with friends, capture great moments while you watch, discover more about the show.
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Nielsen Redefines "TV" To Include Your iPad And Xbox

Nielsen Redefines "TV" To Include Your iPad And Xbox | TV in the digital age | Scoop.it
As TV is upended by the Internet, so is the way Nielsen tracks it. Why the new ratings system is a good thing for TV's future.
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Apple adds subscription TV and movie service Watchever to Apple TV in Germany

Apple adds subscription TV and movie service Watchever to Apple TV in Germany | TV in the digital age | Scoop.it
Apple has added a rare new app and service to the Apple TV, this time in Germany. After seeing a support entry that detailed an update to Apple TV services which listed Watchever, I ...
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Mozilla Popcorn Maker – The Future of Media?

Mozilla Popcorn Maker – The Future of Media? | TV in the digital age | Scoop.it
According to the Guinness book of world records, Roundhay Garden Scene, released in 1888, is the oldest surviving film in existence. It was recorded at 12
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Intel Confirms Its TV Plans - There's No Way It's Going To Work

Intel Confirms Its TV Plans - There's No Way It's Going To Work | TV in the digital age | Scoop.it
Four years ago, Intel executives stood on stage with representatives from, Yahoo, Comcast, Disney and Sony, with endorsements from CBS and device manufacturers like Motorola, promising to revolutionize the television.
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Televisie op maat komt eraan

Televisie op maat komt eraan | TV in the digital age | Scoop.it

Bij muziek is het al heel gewoon: via bijvoorbeeld Spotify luister je alleen nog maar naar de muziek die je ook echt wil horen. Televisie zal naar verwachting ook die kant op gaan. Diverse bedrijven zijn bezig apps te ontwikkelen waarmee je aan kunt geven welke reclames je echt nooit meer wilt zien. Een ontwikkeling die ook door bedrijven wordt ondersteund, want die betalen nu veel geld voor reclames niet de juiste doelgroep bereiken. Ook zullen er binnen niet al te lange tijd apps op de markt komen waarmee je je kijk-voorkeuren instelt, waarna je online televisie een avondvullend programma op maat aanbiedt.

bron: Venturebeat


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Christian Peper's curator insight, February 12, 2013 3:45 AM

de smart TV maakt al deze techniek tot een kinderspel. het aanbod is er al. de techniek ook. nu moet alleen nog iemand jouw profiel op basis van G+, facebook, twitter en andere social media bij elkaar rapen en in je smart TV zetten. die kan dan zelf uit het hele aanbod aan tv en video de onzin eruit filteren. XMBC, MythTV, Plex zijn open source media center toepassingen die dit nu al zouden kunnen realiseren.

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Zeebox founder and former iPlayer boss Anthony Rose on the future of TV

Zeebox founder and former iPlayer boss Anthony Rose on the future of TV | TV in the digital age | Scoop.it
TV is about discovery, social recommendation, information, participation and shopping – and the BBC is getting left behind. By Jemima Kiss
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Achievement unlocked: what UI designers could learn from videogames

Achievement unlocked: what UI designers could learn from videogames | TV in the digital age | Scoop.it
Using a new TV, smartphone, or computer for the first time can be a disorienting experience for a lot of people — the modern gadget has so many functions, buttons, and options to memorize and...
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How Have Netflix and Hulu Changed the Way You Watch Television?

How Have Netflix and Hulu Changed the Way You Watch Television? | TV in the digital age | Scoop.it
One of the best things about streaming video services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Video on Demand is that entire seasons of popular television shows are available to watch at once, one episode after another.
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WATCHEVER

WATCHEVER | TV in the digital age | Scoop.it
Jetzt 30 Tage kostenlos testen! WATCHEVER ist eine Flatrate für Serien und Filme. Schauen Sie online, so viel Sie wollen, auf Tablet, Apple TV, iPhone, PlayStation®3, Xbox, Smart TV, PC oder Mac.
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Microsoft plans to launch its own interactive TV shows before the end of the year

Microsoft plans to launch its own interactive TV shows before the end of the year | TV in the digital age | Scoop.it
Microsoft’s Los Angeles studios is working on interactive TV content for the Xbox Live platform. First shows are set to launch before the end of the year.
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Confusions and Delusions about "Non-Linear TV" and Why They Matter

Confusions and Delusions about "Non-Linear TV" and Why They Matter | TV in the digital age | Scoop.it
Patrick Barwise's recent address at the Voice of the Listener and Viewer's autumn conference warned of a misguided tendency to exaggerate the transition from linear to non-linear television and its potential in turn to impact on policy decisions in...
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kickingbear» Blog Archive » Three Things That Should Trouble Apple

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Content Management

That’s not even a thing. Fix that. If I watched the first season of Community via Netflix streaming and now want to rewatch it on my TV as fed from an Apple TV? Make it work. I don’t care how. If you want to pop up a dialog thats asks if you’ll charge me $4.99 to $9.99 for the privilege, I’d pay. Let me pick what I want to watch, regardless of the source, and let me watch it. I have very little allegiance to the network that funded the show — I want the content. Figure out how to make that work.

If you can’t figure out how to make that direct connection to the creatives then you’ll always be stuck with a middleman that doesn’t have to be there. If there’s a syndication avenue you can explore then do so.

Fans want to watch their shows. They’ll pay to make that happen. Everything else is mired in entrenched interests. Find a way to make that happen and we’ll all agree that Firefly jumped the shark during its seventh season.

For Apple the risk here is that someone manages to come along and come up with a more simple and direct method of dealing with media content in the mobile space. I don’t mean a better iTunes, I mean a better way of servicing what the users actually want.

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The future of TV - MediaCom Lithuania

A presentation about the emerging trends of television viewing and internet usage. Prepared by MediaCom Lithuania.
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