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Sony Cutting The Cable For You? Aiming For A Sony Online TV Service?

Sony Cutting The Cable For You? Aiming For A Sony Online TV Service?

Remember when I was writing about Sony the other day, well really it was about Google TV and stuff, but I mentioned that Howard Stringer, the Sony CEO, was talking about big R&D in a new TV. Well, some speculation has launched into what that …

Qwilt Allows Network Operators To Determine Video Traffic, Maybe Even Charge Separately

Qwilt Allows Network Operators To Determine Video Traffic, Maybe Even Charge Separately

This just sounds bad. On the surface you might think that Qwilt, a startup that was recently funded by Accel Partners, Redpoint Ventures, Crescent Point Group, RealNetworks founder Rob Glaser and other investors, has some really good ideas. Their technology is said to allow network operators …

Video & The Apple iPhone 4S – What Video Creators & Marketers Need To Know

Video & The Apple iPhone 4S   What Video Creators & Marketers Need To Know

After months of rumor and speculation, Apple disappointed many fans yesterday when they announced the new Apple iPhone 4S instead of the iPhone 5. And while investors don't seem to be impressed, and lots of fans are disappointed, there are still some impressive and interesting …

Cable Companies Lose Customers To Online Video, But Cord Cutting Still A Long Way Off

Cable Companies Lose Customers To Online Video, But Cord Cutting Still A Long Way Off

Some reports say cord-cutting is a myth. Having recently moved into a place and assessed my options, I would agree, because the pay TV companies are keeping consumers hostage thanks to licenses with major sports leagues and premium channels like HBO. For example, the only …

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up – Hulu Rumor Edition

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up   Hulu Rumor Edition

This week we have an online video news round up first: I'm just as interested in catching up on the news as you are. I've been out of the country for about a week, and haven't had my usual leisure time to keep up to …

Nielsen Reports Video Viewing Up On All Platforms, Cord-Cutting Not Happening

Nielsen Reports Video Viewing Up On All Platforms, Cord Cutting Not Happening

So Nielsen put out the Cross-Platform Report and it shows that video viewing is up on all three screens – TV, Mobile and Internet (PC). Time-shifted video also saw a boost in the latest report as well which they stated was due to further market …

Majority of Agencies Plan to Shift Ad Dollars from TV to Online Video Advertising

Majority of Agencies Plan to Shift Ad Dollars from TV to Online Video Advertising

We have long discussed the possibility that TV ad dollars will eventually shift to more interactive and engaging online video advertising and it seems that this might be the year we see a major move. In the Brightroll Video Advertising Report for Q1 2011, respondents …

HTC to Offer Movie, TV Rentals on New Superphone, Sensation 4G

HTC to Offer Movie, TV Rentals on New Superphone, Sensation 4G

HTC recently announced that they will offer an app that will allow the purchase and rental of TV and film right from their new Sensation 4G superphone. They recently invested in OnLive, a video game streaming service (Feb 2011) and made a strategic investment in …

The Online Video Weekly News Reel – Nothing Edition

The Online Video Weekly News Reel   Nothing Edition

Nothing odd or otherwise noteworthy to report. Or rather there is and I just don't feel like it. It's Sunday and I want to get to some gaming as I'm currently playing Batman Arkham Asylum which I picked up on a Steam sale for $7.50 …

Reel Quick Clips: Mid-Week Online Video Industry News

Reel Quick Clips: Mid Week Online Video Industry News

Another week is rapidly slipping past. While I planned on doing this on Wednesday, I didn't manage it. So here's a quick look at some online video stories I have been tracking but didn't really think merited a full blown article: Google TV and CNN …

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