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Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ: CMCSA, CMCSK) is the largest cable operator, home Internet service provider, and third largest home telephone service provider in the United States, providing cable television, broadband Internet, telephone service and home security [in some areas] to both residential and commercial customers in 40 states and the District of Columbia.
The company is headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Comcast also has significant holding in several cable networks (...

Online Video Impacts Top 50 Web Properties During June 2010

comScore has released the monthly report on who does what, where on the web, commonly referred to as the comScore Media Metrix. The report, as usual, looks at top web properties, ad networks and the changes in the traffic on those properties.

Viral Video Lessons Round Up – Yoda, Street Art and Wheat Thins

This weekly Viral Video Round Up series is intended to accomplish a few different tasks:  point out viral successes, reverse engineer them to ascertain what elements helped push them over the top, and have a little fun.  I feel very confident that this week's edition …

comScore Says Brightroll Tops 97% Reach In May. Booya!

Yes, 97% of Internet users apparently see something served up by the Brightroll ad agency (lati Doti, they love the Todi…old school rap lyrics anyone?). That's a pretty stout piece of the pie. But they're not alone in that rare area of the stratosphere…

Comcast Announces Tunerfish, A Social Discovery Engine for TV… They Hope

Comcast is set to release their own social networking site for TV viewers.  The service, named Tunerfish, will be launched in beta sometime in the next couple weeks, and aims to let users share with their friends and families what they are watching on television …

Cable TV Operators Want To Keep You Happy, But Can They?

This week the annual Cable Show conference kicks off in Los Angeles and TV Everywhere is going to be a huge topic at the show.  Comcast has rolled out a beta trial of the service while Time Warner is conducting small trials. In this week's New …

YouTube’s CEO Chad Hurley Wants You Watching 5 Hours of Video Per Day

Chad Hurley, one of YouTube's founders and its current CEO (who is, sadly, younger than me), has some pretty big plans for his video portal.  Specifically, he's hoping for a future where people spent anywhere from 15 minutes up to 5 hours per day on …

Distribute Video Everywhere With TubeMogul Destinations

Distribute Video Everywhere With TubeMogul Destinations

Today, Tubemogul launched a huge enhancement to their OneLoad video distribution and measurement product and they are calling it "Destinations."  What is it? Basically, it's the be-all-end-all of video uploading and distribution systems, basically from anywhere, to anywhere according to Tubemogul.

Get Ready for More Video Advertising With Online TV Shows

Are you ready for more ads in your online TV? Because you're going to get them since everyone from Comscore to CBS to ABC to CW says you want them. But will we as consumers tolerate them? I've got some exclusive insight from the Comcast …

Is YouTube’s Content ID Gaining Momentum As A Distribution Network?

I wrote last summer about the JK Wedding Dance video, and how it ultimately proved to be a huge positive example of the Content ID system making a company some money.  Without permission, the couple had used Chris Brown's song "Forever" as their dance music …

Who’s Getting The Media Buzz? 3 Players To Check Out…

Want to know what new media players to keep an eye on? Daisy Whitney gives us the inside scoop on the companies that marketers and agencies are excited about starting with the marketing technology firm Bunchball, which is generating major buzz in the media and …

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