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Is Intel working on a major TV initiative?

Is Intel working on a major TV initiative? | TV Future | Scoop.it
Intel is reportedly working on a major TV initiative, with the plan to sell subscriptions of TV channel bundles over the Internet. The move would be powered by Intel's own hardware, and it would pit the company against former allies like Google TV.
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The Three Qualities That Makes A Youtube Video Go Viral

The Three Qualities That Makes A Youtube Video Go Viral | TV Future | Scoop.it

By far one of the most common questions any marketer, brand or a person who just wants to become famous asks, the formula behind a viral videos is ve...

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TV Hack Day is set explore the future of social TV at MIPCube – on a boat!

TV Hack Day is set explore the future of social TV at MIPCube – on a boat! | TV Future | Scoop.it
TV is in the early stages of an online revolution, and the MIPCube conference in Cannes, France later this month is set to highlight the innovations taking place across the television ...
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How Online Fundraising, Gamification and Social Media Helped Raise over $2 Million Dollars in One Day

How Online Fundraising, Gamification and Social Media Helped Raise over $2 Million Dollars in One Day | TV Future | Scoop.it
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NBC And Ford For A New Reality Show: Escape Routes

NBC And Ford For A New Reality Show: Escape Routes | TV Future | Scoop.it
NBC and Ford created a new concept of a reality show that will be mainly focused on the 2013 Ford Escape. This show has a competitive character, and therefore, six team will compete in unique off-road conditions.
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SXSW/Social TV : plus personne ne veut attendre 12 heures…

SXSW/Social TV : plus personne ne veut attendre 12 heures… | TV Future | Scoop.it
…. avant, enfin, de pouvoir parler d’un programme, d’une émission, d’un show avec ses collègues près de la machine à café !
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The Top 5 Sites Visited While Watching TV

The Top 5 Sites Visited While Watching TV | TV Future | Scoop.it
In Nielsen's U.S. Digital Consumer Report, we were given a glimpse of the extent consumers are connected while watching TV.
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17% use social networks to discover new TV shows - The Drum

17% use social networks to discover new TV shows - The Drum | TV Future | Scoop.it
17% use social networks to discover new TV showsThe Drum17% of the public use social networks to discover new TV shows and be alerted to programmes that are currently on and being talked about, a Social TV Trends Report - Part Two by Diffusion PR.
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4 Tips for Creating a Consistent Transmedia Content Strategy

4 Tips for Creating a Consistent Transmedia Content Strategy | TV Future | Scoop.it
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Joseph Kony documentary makes move from social media to mainstream TV

Joseph Kony documentary makes move from social media to mainstream TV | TV Future | Scoop.it
Half-hour documentary on Lord's Resistance Army leader is aired on Australian national television network Ten (RT @AliceMartin8: Joseph Kony documentary makes move from social media to mainstream TV http://t.co/CT1dC6KU...
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Second Screen Must Find Its Own Voice To Redefine TV

Second Screen Must Find Its Own Voice To Redefine TV | TV Future | Scoop.it
For all the talk about TV’s “second screen” device experiences, so far they are mostly being used for social interaction around shows. But some people say a lot more is possible than just tweeting about telly.
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Google Team Up With Creators of Iconic Ads To Create Something Amazing

Google Team Up With Creators of Iconic Ads To Create Something Amazing | TV Future | Scoop.it
The internet has altered our world in an irreversible way, things cannot go back to the way they were, it is clear that you cannot follow the same bus...
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3 Ways the Second Screen is Shaping the Future of Television via @PostAdvertising

3 Ways the Second Screen is Shaping the Future of Television via @PostAdvertising | TV Future | Scoop.it
The second screen—whether it be your laptop, tablet, or smart phone—is changing the way audiences watch and actually interact with the programs they watch.
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Heading to SXSW? 5 Trends to Watch | Adweek

Heading to SXSW? 5 Trends to Watch | Adweek | TV Future | Scoop.it

Of SXSW top trends picked by AdWeek, Social TV is number two...

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SXSW: Social TV strategies need to be tailored to programmes and about long-term - Brand Republic News

SXSW: Social TV strategies need to be tailored to programmes and about long-term - Brand Republic News | TV Future | Scoop.it
Tailored social media strategies should be deployed to build communities around TV shows and nurture long-term engagement, advised a panel of specialists at SXSW Interactive today.
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Top Chef: How Transmedia Is Changing TV

Top Chef: How Transmedia Is Changing TV | TV Future | Scoop.it
In Cohen’s SXSW Clubhouse, these visionaries will illustrate how “Top Chef 9” brought multi-platform storytelling beyond the linear screen. When Bravo embarked on their transmedia mission in the fall of 2011, they broke new ground with digital innovations and fostered a unique two-way fan/cast relationship. Dive deep with Bravo into their latest industry first and learn the return on investment for the network and for the fan. Through this soup-to-nuts presentation, discover why transmedia is the future of the entertainment industry.
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Smart TVs must be smarter - The Guardian (blog)

Smart TVs must be smarter - The Guardian (blog) | TV Future | Scoop.it
The Guardian (blog)Smart TVs must be smarterThe Guardian (blog)About 50 million PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 owners have connected their consoles to their home network (and are paying a monthly fee), which is somewhere in the 80%+ range of that market.
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Life’s A Witch – Where Next for a Grassroots Marketing Triumph?

Life’s A Witch – Where Next for a Grassroots Marketing Triumph? | TV Future | Scoop.it
I’ve been reflecting a little bit over the past couple of weeks about the success of Life’s a Witch author Brittany Geragotelis, who now joins Amanda Hocking among self-published e-book authors...
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The 8 Most Important Things to Happen to TV in the Past 5 Years - Huffington Post

The 8 Most Important Things to Happen to TV in the Past 5 Years - Huffington Post | TV Future | Scoop.it
The 8 Most Important Things to Happen to TV in the Past 5 YearsHuffington PostIn just the past two years, this middle-age schlub of a comic has upended a number of long-held tenets of TV's conventional wisdom -- and not only because he masturbated...
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Channel 4 to launch new TV channel based on 'social media buzz' - TV & Radio, Entertainment - Independent.ie

Channel 4 to launch new TV channel based on 'social media buzz' - TV & Radio, Entertainment - Independent.ie | TV Future | Scoop.it
CHANNEL 4 has announced the launch of a new TV channel called 4seven, which will have its schedule dictated by which programmes have generated the most ‘social media buzz’.
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The gulf between the TV and digital industries needs bridging | Insight | New Media Age

The gulf between the TV and digital industries needs bridging | Insight | New Media Age | TV Future | Scoop.it
The traditional TV and the digital media industries remain poles apart. Sitting comfortably ensconced in the middle of the digital bubble, watching the success of BBC iPlayer and digital savvy independent production companies, it’s easy to be unaware of the chasm that still exists between the two.

 

However, the truth is that most of the TV industry remains blissfully unaware of the digital tsunami that is in the process of transforming it forever.
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