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Global Internet Adspend To Overtake TV

  Total internet adspend is predicted to overtake television by as early as 2017 on a global level according to a report from FIPP, the Worldwide Magazine Media Association. However, IPTV platform and video advertising revenues will reach multi-billion dollar levels in 2017. Global advertising revenues have grown by an average 5% year-on-year since the start …


Verizon to Offer Vice Mobile Content to Internet TV Users

  For better promotion of its upcoming Internet TV platform, Verizon Communications Inc. has signed a multi-year content licensing agreement with Vice Media for a range of Vice digital content, including its original domestic and international programming produced exclusively for Verizon. Vice Media is a leading digital content developer whose programs are specifically designed for the …


Amazon Scores First Emmy Nominations as HBO Dominates Inc. earned its first Emmy nomination for the critically praised transgender comedy “Transparent,” as online video on demand services scored their biggest haul in the race for TV’s top honors. Netflix Inc., which has already won Emmys for “House of Cards” and “Orange is the New Black,” captured nominations for those programs, as well …


Beaming the Internet through traditional television signals

  Rice University engineers have demonstrated the first system that allows wireless data transmissions over UHF channels during active TV broadcasts. If the technology were incorporated into next-generation TVs or smart remotes, it could significantly expand the reach of so-called “super WiFi” networks in urban areas. “Due to the popularity of cable, satellite and Internet …


Apple TV Service Looms, And The Rumor Mill Means It This Time

  2015’s already been a rather crowded launch year for Internet video offerings, whether we’re talking about Sling TV, Sony’s Playstation Vue, or Verizon’s upcoming LTE-focused live TV effort. One Internet TV platform that may not be appearing in 2015 is a planned subscription TV offering from Apple, which appears to be bogged down in licensing disputes …


Netflix Use Up, Doesn’t Impact Pay TV

  Netflix may have very little effect on traditional pay TV business — at least according to a new study. In contrast to many industry estimates, The Diffusion Group found that cable, satellite and IPTV platform use among Netflix homes declined only marginally to 2015 from 2012. Surveying 3,428 consumers this year, the research firm found …


Internet media: new platform for K-pop artists

  A great number of Korean idol bands released new albums in the first half of the year. Starting off with popular boy group Big Bang of YG Entertainment, top girl bands such as Sistar, Ace of Angels (AOA), Girl’s Day and Girls Generation pushed out new albums, creating a fierce battle on K-pop music …


Watchdog further regulates online TV

  China’s top media and television watchdog on Wednesday reportedly asked licensed online content providers of Internet TV platform and set-top boxes to rectify violations, including tweeting video website applications or installing Internet browsers in TVs. The State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SARFT) issued a notice asking the seven State-owned licensed …


Internet Users in Middle East and Africa Choose Mobile for Access

  There’s no doubt that the internet population in the Middle East and North Africa is a mobile-first one. According to 2015 data from Northwestern University in Qatar, Harris Interactive and the Pan Arab Research Center (PARC), 93% of internet users across Lebanon, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Egypt went online via …


TV’s won the digital wars, it just doesn’t know it yet

Which is more likely to win the TV battle: CBS or Netflix? In media pundit Michael Wolff’s eyes, there isn’t any competition between the two, because old media has already crushed new media, primarily because internet TV platform still relies on old-line broadcasters. To wit: Netflix pays the television industry $3 billion in licensing and production …


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