Netflix is notoriously careful with its viewer stats, but a Web site has put together some data suggesting what people in all 50 states will watch when they spend a night chilling. P.S. "Scandal" reruns are big.
The Kanvas mobile platform will give away its new software development toolkit, Separately, interesting data from CBS says,it takes a month over all platforms to get the audience it got in 2000-01, on TV alone
Well known vendors, including Comcast and Vimeo, are all finding ways to be so, so helpful.
Parks Associates says 31% of broadband households now have multiple OTT subscriptions (Is it Netflix plus one and chill twice as much?)
The promo for Sling TV's new AirTV Player is "Make complex entertainment simple." But it may not really be all that simple either.
Consumers were generally unaware of the fake business until 2016. But for years, phony operators have been pretending to serve ads going to fake Web sites and being seen by fake customers. Sites served fake news, or real news commented on by trolls using fake names.
Even happy YouTube vloggers have had some hard times in 2016, and some have reacted by trading tips.
Video Blocks, which offers members like ad agencies, content producers and everyday people a wide array of low-cost video clips, charted what they want shopping for in 2016: The unmistakable trend is toward VR, drone and GoPro footage.
Internet-based SVOD is really where it's at. It's growing while transactional video modes are not.
Unruly's list of predictions for 2017 is also bullish on virtual reality over augmented reality, 5G technology and this weird new thing called "standards."