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30% of Homes Have Internet Connected TV Reports Leichtman, But Research Seems Shaky

30% of Homes Have Internet Connected TV Reports Leichtman, But Research Seems Shaky

Just about one in three homes in the US (really three in ten) have been found to have a TV that is connected to the Internet, whether it be through a game console, Blu-ray player or the TV itself according to a new report from …

The Week’s Best Viral Videos & Marketing Lessons

The Weeks Best Viral Videos & Marketing Lessons

Major worldwide catastrophes and global news events have a way of swooping in and completely dominating the viral video world, and the situation in Japan is living proof. Videos of the earthquake in action, videos of the tsunami's devastation, and videos of explosions at the …

New Netflix Competitor, Zediva, Brings Unique Twist To DVD “Rental”

New Netflix Competitor, Zediva, Brings Unique Twist To DVD Rental

There's a new Netflix in town, and it's called Zediva. After a year in beta, the service is now live to the public. DVD rentals are only $1 each in many cases (though some cost more) and Zediva can deliver movies as soon as the …

Netflix Tops Customer Loyalty Survey, Beats Apple for Number One Spot

Netflix Tops Customer Loyalty Survey, Beats Apple for Number One Spot

I bet there's a lot of "Boo-F-in-Ya!" going on at the Netflix offices these days after the announcement that they have dethroned Apple as the most satisfying customer experience in the nation. Boom chikka waaa waaaa it's gotta be like love-making music to the ears …

75% of Consumers Are Willing To Pay for Web Video Content

75% of Consumers Are Willing To Pay for Web Video Content

Here's some news that should get the attention of Hulu, Netflix, Amazon, Apple, and anyone else trying to sell video content to the online masses: most of them are willing to pay for it. A new report from Elastic Path shows that the video-consuming public …

Hollywood Goes Ultraviolet With New Video Content Delivery Technology – CES 2011

Hollywood Goes Ultraviolet With New Video Content Delivery Technology   CES 2011

While there have been some rumblings about Ultraviolet in recent months, it only just now got it's official kick-off announcement at the CES 2011 show.  Ultraviolet is a digital video content storage and distribution solution that will allow consumers to store digital movies and television …

Intel Endangers Netflix, Google TV and DVD Sales in One Fell Swoop

Intel Endangers Netflix, Google TV and DVD Sales in One Fell Swoop

I always liked the phrase one fell swoop so the chance to use it in an article title is just a bonus for me. By now you've heard about this thing Intel calls Sandy Bridge. But what you might not understand is just exactly what …

Study: Online Users Willing To Pay for Digital Video Content

Study: Online Users Willing To Pay for Digital Video Content

There's a new study out from Pew Internet & American Life Project, and the overall theme seems to be that digital content purchases are on the rise.  In fact, they've pulled even with traditional e-commerce purchases.  66% of Internet users purchase traditional goods and services …

Google TV Stumbles, But Will it Fall?

Google TV Stumbles, But Will it Fall?

I know that CES is still a week away, but there have been some big news surrounding Google TV of late that I thought we might compile to demonstrate the hazards of reaching into the unknown and attempting to carve out a niche for a …

Netflix Too Big for Britches Says Some Hollywood Studios

Netflix Too Big for Britches Says Some Hollywood Studios

In a seriously ridiculous turn of events, Reuters reports that three studios in Hollywood are looking at ways to stifle Netflix. I know right?! They apparently don't want to profit along with Netflix in regards to DVD rentals and streaming video online. In the article, …

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