Wednesday, July 20, 2011
  • Digital Expansion: Amazon Streams CBS

    Keeping with TV networks' efforts to spread around its content to different digital video distributors, CBS Corp. and Amazon.com announced a non-exclusive licensing agreement. ...Read the whole story

  • Upfront: Trad TV Dollars Pivot Into Digital Channels

    Some high-priced cable networks forced some traditional TV dollars in the hands of big digital video players this upfront period. Donnie Williams, executive vice president and chief digital officer for Horizon Media, says some clients shifted 8% to 13% more dollars into premium digital platforms during the upfront. ...Read the whole story

  • Mass Medium: TV Is Solo Act, Internet, Print Shared

    When it comes to multitasking, TV is more of a "solo" platform than any other. Other media -- the Internet, newspapers and magazines -- are usually shared, with two media utilized simultaneously. ...Read the whole story

  • Verizon Brings Pandora to FiOS TV

    Pandora's push to become a multiplatform service got a boost this week with Verizon's announcement that it will make the personalized Internet radio service available to FiOS TV subscribers in major media markets. ...Read the whole story

  • Cord-Cutting On Rise, 10% Of Homes By 2015

    A new report estimates about 4.5 million, or 4%, of U.S. homes will have only over-the-top delivery of video service by the end of this year. That figure is projected to rise to 12.1 million over the ensuing four years, which would be about 10% of homes. ...Read the whole story

Not Completely The Apple Of My Eye

For a long time I've doubted that the Internet would replace traditional over-the-air and wired television as the primary source for video content. I just didn't believe that Hulu, Netflix, YouTube or any other online service ...More