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Social TV gives rise to new business models

Social TV gives rise to new business models | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

According to Ericsson's ConsumerLab research, social TV is exploding, with 62% of consumers now using social media while watching TV, an increase of 18 percentage points on 2011.

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TNT HD : TF1 et M6, les yeux plus gros que le ventre

TNT HD : TF1 et M6, les yeux plus gros que le ventre | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

Les deux chaînes entrent de plain-pied dans la crise au moment de lancer leurs chaînes HD...

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TNT: Et si on remplaçait France 4 par Euronews?

TNT: Et si on remplaçait France 4 par Euronews? | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

France 4 saura-t-elle trouver son public sur la TNT? La ministre de la Culture, Aurélie Filippetti, souhaiterait en faire une chaîne destinée aux enfants. Ne faudrait-il pas plutôt libérer un canal pour la chaîne d'information européenne continue Euronews?

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Social TV at TV Connect: All smilies and fury, signifying nothing?

Social TV at TV Connect: All smilies and fury, signifying nothing? | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

When a company reveals usage stats at a conference, it’s usually a sign that the strategy it’s promoting is paying off, according to Rob Gallagher, from Informa Telecoms & Media

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Netflix’s Reed Hastings says Amazon Prime loses $1B annually

Netflix’s Reed Hastings says Amazon Prime loses $1B annually | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

Amazon could be losing up to $1 billion per year on its streaming video service Amazon Prime, according to Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, who commented during an interview with Dow Jones editors in New York yesterday.


Hastings’ assumption is based on content licensing deals that Amazon earlier this year after a bidding war with Netflix. Amazon is likely splitting those licensing costs between its domestic Prime service and its international streaming service LoveFlim, he said. And based on financial information from Netflix’s last quarterly earnings report, those number could be sound.

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Vidéo à la demande : au secours les américains débarquent

Vidéo à la demande : au secours les américains débarquent | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

L'audiovisuel européen est chamboulé par de nouveaux géants venus d'outre-Atlantique. La France est préservée... pour l'instant.

LE CONSTAT - Amazon, Netflix, Google TV tissent leur toile en Europe. Pour l'instant, la France est à peu près préservée, en partie grâce au calendrier imposé de sortie des films en vidéo à la demande.

L'ENJEU - Les acteurs en place - chaînes de TV, fournisseurs d'accès à Internet et distributeurs de contenus - se préparent au grand chambardement.

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Speculation around Apple TV abounds

Speculation around Apple TV abounds | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

With the launch of its iPad Mini, Apple now has a device for nearly all purposes. But the company still hasn't offered its version of the biggest home device of all -- the TV.


Analysts argue that many consumers want a gadget that is as easy and sleek as an iPad to manage and operate their home entertainment systems. Apple, it is hoped, will reinvent that living-room box into a sophisticated system that allows people to effortlessly access limitless entertainment and information on one device -- everything from HBO shows to Internet videos to games to email.

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3 Reasons Microsoft Should Buy Netflix

3 Reasons Microsoft Should Buy Netflix | C2M : veille Digital Media | Scoop.it

Just when it seemed as if Netflix  was going to have another week of shrinking, the picture got bigger.

 

A rumor surfaced on Friday afternoon, indicating that Microsoft  was interested in acquiring Netflix. The unfounded story was so appealing that Netflix's stock -- trading flat halfway through the trading day -- skyrocketed to close with a 13% gain on Friday.

 

Now, it's easy to see how this chatter can start making sense to investors. When Netflix CEO Reed Hastings announced earlier this month that he'll resign from Microsoft's board, the knee-jerk reaction by many Netflix watchers was that he was stepping down because Mr. Softy was inquiring about purchasing the leading video service.

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