Royaume de la voiture et de la consommation, le boulevard Taschereau fête ses 80 ans cette année. Du Motel Oscar au casse-croûte Chez Monique, en passant par le bar de danseuses Cabaret Doric, faites connaissance avec des personnages plus grands que nature, qui ont fait de Taschereau ce qu’il est aujourd’hui. Ce webdocumentaire est optimisé pour Chrome.
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TIME’s tech editor at large Harry McCracken looked into the high-profile website and reveals why the risk in investing in unknown projects is part of its appeal, and how it’s keen to be seen differently to other crowdfunding sites.
The London firm Zeebox is poised to announce a deal to launch its well-regarded British television product, known as augmented television, in the U.S., giving users a rich, complex "second-screen" technology to enhance their TV viewing.
eMarketer estimates that marketers will spend $37.31 billion on digital advertising in 2012. Digital ad spending will rise 16.6% this year, and will experience double-digit growth through 2014. Google alone will account for 41.3% of total US digital ad revenues in 2012...
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TV and movie viewing on tablets by older Americans is quickly rising, according to a new study. The number of tablet owners 55 and older who watch TV and movies weekly on tablets increased from 11 percent last year to 19 percent in 2012, while the number of tablet owners in the 45 to 54 age range who watch weekly rose from 15% to 24%, said strategy consulting firm Altman Vilandrie & Company, based on an online survey conducted in partnership with Research Now.
As it happens, the day after that landmark day in social media history, two companies made some social media news of their own. Digit Media released its NextGuide TV program listings app for the iPad, available on the iTunes store, and Kit Digital unveiled the latest version of its social program guide (SPG). The two companies have somewhat different takes on this space.
The online video business might be enjoying a record number of viewers, but the number of ads seen hasn’t returned yet to the highs hit in the spring. In comScore’s just-released monthly report on video viewing, the measurement firm said a record 188 million Americans watched 37.7 billion online videos in August. That’s a rise from 184 million Americans checking out online videos in July.
As brands struggle to identify the value and connections of Facebook Fans, engineers and developers at social media sharing, advertising and data companies like AddThis and Optimal have started to figure it out.
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Great visual stuff on Second Screen and Social TV...including these stats
There were 85 million social media comments during the 2012 Summer Olympics. 18 million "Viggle Live" questions were answered during the Olympics While the iPad market share of tablets has dropped to a "mere" 65%, it is estimated that 91% of the tablet-based web traffic comes from the iPad--giving a strong indication of where the interactivity from consumers lies. The summer season final episode of Pretty Little Liars become the most social TV episode ever with 1.6 million episode related tweets, beating American Idol's May, 2012 record GetGlue surpassed 3 million users and Viggle surpassed 1 million users 70%+ (depending on whose data you believe) of tablet owners use a 2nd screen while watching TV...astonishing!
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