Monthly Archive for: ‘August, 2010’

Gaga for Fans

 It should come as no surprise that the world’s biggest superstar has a galactic appreciation for her fans. You get what you give. And the best relationship with audiences is based on reciprocity. “[T]here will never be something that I

Apple and Google set to capitalize (and compete) on Internet TV

Connected TVs and set-top devices enabling consumers to view video from across the Internet on TVs could ultimately drive online video ads and marketing content budgets. The online video ad segment should grow at a 39% compounded annual growth rate

Broadband Content Delivery Draws Viewers, Revenues from Broadcast TV

Broadband content, accessed using new media tools like wireless smartphones and Internet streams, continues to draw people and money away from traditional media outlets like radio and TV, according to an annual report on the Canadian communications industry. Even so,

Zucker: No Guarantee Online TV Will Stay Free

Will NBC push Hulu to go pay only? The broadcaster’s chief executive alluded to this option today in an interview with the Wall Street Journal, saying that keeping TV shows free online is not “a foregone conclusion.” Zucker also expressed optimism about the Comcast merger review.