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Computer-based Video Consumption Climbed 157% in Past Five Years

Computer based Video Consumption Climbed 157% in Past Five Years

Five years on, computer-based video consumption is going big time. We all knew it would. Nielsen provides some nice insight into not only who is watching it but also on what device and a bit of what kind of content they’re watching. So jump on and enjoy the ride.

Video Ads in the Living Room See Success on Smart TVs, Game Consoles [Report]

Video Ads in the Living Room See Success on Smart TVs, Game Consoles [Report]

YuMe and Interpet crunched some numbers on a couple multi-device campaigns and came back with some positive results in terms of things like brand rating, recommendation and purchasing. Without the full reports it’s hard to gauge the numbers in terms of ‘should you be moving budget dollars into these types of ads.’ Hopefully, more information will make for more conclusive determination on the impact of these types of ads.

Ad Interaction High on Connected TV Where Ad-Supported Content Preferred [Study]

Ad Interaction High on Connected TV Where Ad Supported Content Preferred [Study]

YuMe has got some new research showing that online video viewers prefer ad-supported content over actually paying for content in a pay-per-view or subscription-based model while using their connected TVs along with a lot of other good information in The Who, What, When, Where, Why and …

Streaming Video On-Demand to be King of Entertainment as Disc Fall?

Streaming Video On Demand to be King of Entertainment as Disc Fall?

The tipping point is rapidly approaching as we, as a society, are ready to flip from a physical rental society to a digital delivery society. According to Rentrak and Screen Digest anyway, who say that it might not be too long before online streaming tops …

MPEG LA Publishes MVC 3D Video Codec Licensing Prices

MPEG LA Publishes MVC 3D Video Codec Licensing Prices

MPEG LA have announced pricing for licenses on the Multiview Video Coding 3D codec. It covers everything from hardware that will use it to subscription services and prices range from one cent per disc to $300,000 for big subscription services. Currently, MPEG LA is dedicating …

Hollywood’s Ultraviolet Picks Up First Major Distributor: Amazon

Hollywoods Ultraviolet Picks Up First Major Distributor: Amazon

I would consider myself to be cautiously optimistic about Ultraviolet–Hollywood's big gamble on digital movies. The service would provide a digital locker that consumers can "fill" with movie purchases, while the films themselves live in the cloud. I'm optimistic because I'm ready for digital media, …

Sony CES 2012 Press Conference: New Video Related Product Lineup

Sony CES 2012 Press Conference: New Video Related Product Lineup

It's CES people and time to bring the RAIN! As in a downpour of awesome announcements on cool new tech, services and everything connected. What's been the big thing so far for me? Well the Sony press conference promised one login for everything and that …

Watch It Button Will Revolutionize How You Watch Movies

Watch It Button Will Revolutionize How You Watch Movies

Plexus Entertainment has looked at the Internet and has said, "If there was only a way people could read a review or watch a trailer for a movie and then click a simple button to be notified when and where that movie becomes available on …

UltraViolet Expands Service to UK

UltraViolet Expands Service to UK

UltraViolet is now rapidly picking up steam. Nearly every time a movie hits disc, it's in a triple pack with DVD, Blu-Ray and UV digital version. Now, it's ready to invade the shores of the UK and start offering our friends on the island nation …

Wireless Home Digital Interface Product Roundup

Wireless Home Digital Interface Product Roundup

Unlike, well, pretty much everyone, I have had a WHDI device in my house for much of the year. What is it? WHDI is wireless HD video streaming and it is brilliant. Now I've been in contact with the Wireless Home Digital Interface people for …

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