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Hot TV Industry News of the Week

Hottest TV Industry News

This was the week of CES. CES has been buzzing with smart TV and second screen news. For example, Roku beat Apple in the race towards developing a line of smart TVs. Then again, that’s assuming the Apple smart TV rumors are true. Guess which other unexpected company is entering the smart TV game - Mozilla! LG also made th...

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Hot TV Industry News of the Week

Hottest TV Industry News

A mix of different types of industry news made headlines this week, each very exciting. Netflix churned out a new series - for kids! They might also like the new finger gesture controls that Samsung is going to release in 2014. We wonder if Samsung had energy conservation in mind, because the US Energy Department is begin...

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Hot TV Industry News of the Week

Hottest TV Industry News

There has been a mix of interesting TV industry news making the rounds this week. The most surprising of all was Apple’s acquisition of Topsy. What were they thinking? They must have had social TV in mind. Speaking of Apple, AllCast for Android now pushes media to Apple TV, Samsung Smart TVs, Xbox, and more. While we’re o...

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Hot TV Industry News of the Week

Hottest TV Industry News

Smart TV apps took over the headlines this week. For starters, Forbes boldly claimed that cable is no longer about TV. Pretty strong statement there, but they backed it up quite well. In that regard, Business Insider released a report about the app revolution. Sure, it hasn’t kicked in full force, but signs are pointing t...

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Hot TV Industry News of the Week

Hottest TV Industry News

There was a mix of interesting Connected TV news making its rounds this week. For this week’s “Hot Industry News,” we figured it would be best to feature the buzz that made us raise our eyebrows. Germany is loving the taste of Connected TV, to the point that it is becoming the new standard. Speaking of standards - Sony...

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Hot TV Industry News of the Week

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The hottest industry news this week was about Smart TVs and Connected TVs.  It all started with “Breaking Bad” hitting 5.9 million views with its season opener – very unexpected for a program that is 5-years old. The reason? Netflix. Netflix helps turn shows with mediocre initial ratings into blockbusters by offering view...

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Hot Industry News of the Week

Hot News about content service providers industry, on OTT, IPTV, TV Everywhere

Newly-released research is showing that cable and satellite will continue to dominate pay-TV, but what about DTH? Speaking of numbers, social TV activity in France quadrupled over the 2012-2013 season. Can you guess the types of programming that triggered this much activity? There has been also another type of activity ...

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TV Leaders Summit: Innovations in Digital Broadcasts and Interactive TV Services – An Interview with Roni Baranov, CIO of ‘yes’

TV Leaders Summit - innovations at yes

The TV Leaders Summit was a success! We enjoyed hearing what market leaders had to say about the hottest topics in the new TV era, such as social TV, OTT and TV Everywhere. As a special bonus, we are conducting a few one-on-one interviews with some of the main speakers. We started with Patrice Slupowski, VP Digital I...

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Hot Industry News of the Week

Hot News about content service providers industry, on OTT, IPTV, TV Everywhere

  With the trend of smart TV owners not plugging in their devices coming to an end, smart TV shopping is set to boom, with generated sales predicted to reach nearly £750 million by the end of 2014. In addition, ESPN and Twitter are planning to take their partnership to the next level by posting sports highlight ...

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4 UX Tips to Rule the Multi-screen Kingdom

4 key aspescts for success in multi-screen user experience

A long, long time ago, in a far-away land, service providers ruled the earth and forced their clients, called subscribers, to forgo all their user experience choices and preferences and surrender to the service providers' dictates. But everything changed when smartphones, tablets, Blu-rays and smart TVs arrived. The su...

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