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New Strategies for Measuring Video Success

Brainient, GoViral, and Ooyala offer insights into the social graph and how they're using it to help brands like Volvo, Nike, and Coca-Cola evaluate the impact of their video campaigns
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Nov 2010

Google TV in Action

Product manager Salahudding Choudhary offers up a demo of how Google TV facilitates searching of broadcast and web programming
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Nov 2010

Social Graph is Key to Engaging Audiences Online

SAY Media is intent on addressing the implications for advertisers of consumer propensity to create and move content across devices and social platforms
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Nov 2010

YouView Opens Engagement with Content Providers

UK internet TV project formally invites content providers to work with its technical team
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Nov 2010

Connected TV to Saturate Western Europe by 2015

The installed base of connected TVs is expected to reach 174 million in Western Europe by 2015, according to Futuresource
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Nov 2010

Perform Launches ePlayer in the U.S. with Sports Coup

Having succeeded in the U.K., video service brings aggregated sports content to the U.S.
Featured News, Posted 26 Oct 2010

Videojug Launches Community Site

Videojug Pages Offers Videos Grouped by Topic, as Well as Revenue Opportunities.
Featured News, Posted 04 Oct 2010

Online Video Through Broadcasting Eyes

A three-hour discussion at IBC reveals how traditional broadcasters see the online video industry.
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Sep 2010

IBC Through the Eyes of a First-Timer and a Veteran

Whether you've attended the show multiple times or are a seasoned pro, the IBC show in Amsterdam offers much more than what's on the exhibit hall floor.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Sep 2010

MGt Launches Online Video Micropayments Platform

UK-based payment and billing services provider MGt—whose customers include Freeview, BT, Digital UK, and Sony—introduces micropayments for video across multiple devices
Featured News, Posted 13 Sep 2010

SeeSaw to go International

Arqiva announces that it will begin licensing the VOD technology behind SeeSaw to third parties, and boasts that SeeSaw has received more than 3 million unique visitors in its first eight months
Featured News, Posted 12 Sep 2010

Canvas Sets Out to Meet the Connected Content Challenge

There's no shortage of connected TV initiatives in the works. Richard Halton, likely CEO of the UK's Project Canvas, argues that what makes the initiative different is that it's owned not by technology companies, but content companies
Featured News, Posted 11 Sep 2010

Digital Media on an Olympic Scale

Alex Balfour, head of new media for the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, plans to make the 2012 games the first truly social summer Olympics
Featured News, Posted 10 Sep 2010

Apple's HD Streaming Gamble

Whether Apple delivers from in-house or via CDN, Apple's new approach sets streaming bar high. But yesterday's Apple TV announcement suggested they might not always be able to reach it.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Sep 2010

IBC 2010 Preview

In addition to the buzz surrounding 3D and augmented reality, expect to see more exhibitors and conference content focusing on IPTV, mobile TV, and digital signage at this year's IBC in Amsterdam.
Featured News, Posted 30 Aug 2010

The Impact of OTT on the Walled Garden

With Google TV on the way, broadcasters and service providers alike are debating the value of the gatekeeper vs. the value of unfettered online access via the TV. We asked several industry leaders for their take on the challenge ahead.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Jul 2010

Sales of Connected TVs Will Boom, but Limits Could Hold Back Audience

Living room viewing is coming, but first the industry needs to survive wireless bandwidth caps.
Featured News, Posted 21 Jul 2010

Commentary: YouTube Leanback is a Big Step Forward

While large-scale initiatives like Project Canvas and HbbTV will obviously do more, YouTube Leanback is a crucial move towards getting online video to the living room
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Jul 2010

Netflix Streaming Coming to Canada

Canadian subscribers will get unlimited streaming, but not DVDs by mail.
Featured News, Posted 19 Jul 2010
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