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Different Types of Content Management Systems 29 November 2019

  Every business owner knows, it is important to manage content storage and streamline information flow. Right from the inception of your company, if you are able to have a good, structured content management, your potential to maximize business operation definitely increases.  For that to happen, you will need a Content Management System as it …

Facebook Tries Out New 10-Second Video Ad Option, Offering Advertisers Cost-Per-View Rate 01 July 2015

  Facebook is mixing up its video ad cost options, testing a new way to charge advertisers that allows them to pay for a video ad only if it has been viewed for a full ten-seconds. According to a report from Adweek.com, the new video ad cost structure is a part of a global test …

Cablevision CEO Dolan Says Big Bundle TV Customers Will Fall 17 June 2015

  Cablevision Systems Corp. Chief Executive James Dolan said the number of customers paying for the traditional big bundle of TV channels is going to shrink by about 20% to 25% over the next five years, as consumers opt instead for smaller packages of channels or online video streaming solutions. Mr. Dolan warned an investor …

Thailand leads on dual-screen ratings 15 June 2015

  Thailand has introduced the dual-screen system to measure TV ratings on both TV and online media, the first country in Asia-Pacific to do so. This new measurement is done with a collaboration among ratings agencies, advertisers and the media network. GroupM’s Mindshare, Dutch conglomerate Unilever and Nielsen Thailand have jointly debuted the dual-screen measurement, which …

Netflix Says Piracy Helped It Succeed In The Netherlands 12 June 2015

  Back in 2013, Techdirt wrote a story about how Netflix was using piracy as market research — an approach that is as obvious as it is rare. The copyright maximalists doubtless hoped that would fail dismally, and that Netflix would see the error of its ways and join the industry chorus condemning piracy as …

DWA, LGF Poised to Profit From Chinese Box Office 09 June 2015

  Film-makers DreamWorks and Lions Gate are poised to benefit from an array of positive catalysts, including increased demand for movie rights and the growth of the Asian film market. As a result, both DWA stock and LGF stock should rise significantly over the next year, and longer-term investors should snap up their shares. One of the …

Are Americans Ready to Pay for ‘Quad Play’? 08 June 2015

A combination of T-Mobile US Inc. and Dish Network Corp. would merge two companies rooted in different industries. For consumers, it would merge some of the fastest-growing bills in their budgets. American households spent more than $191 a month on average for television, Internet and phone services in 2013, according to Labor Department data. That was …

Even for Cable TV, These Customer Satisfaction Ratings are Horrible 01 June 2015

It seems like every customer satisfaction survey about pay TV and Internet providers has become, de facto, a study in dissatisfaction. High,consistently rising monthly bills, combined with poor customer service and little flexibility in packages, have resulted in abysmal satisfaction ratings for Comcast, Time Warner Cable, and the rest of the field. “Along with death and taxes, …

Over 50% of Canadian broadband households have a connected CE device to watch online video via a television 25 May 2015

New Parks Associates research reveals 58% of Canadian broadband households have at least one connected CE device that allows online content to be accessed through a TV set, up from 48% in 2012. Nearly 40% have a gaming console connected to the Internet, 25% have a connected smart TV, and 14% have a connected streaming …

Online killed the TV star 15 May 2015

Marlburians are churning through data watching videos and television shows online. Latest national figures from Spark show average monthly data use per household had grown 29 per cent, from 42.5 gigabytes in February to 55Gb in April. The surge in usage comes as more consumers experiment with online television and movies. Brad Clark, of Blenheim business …

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