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Live Sportscasts Aren’t DVR-proof — and That’s Good for TVE & OTT

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON SPORTSVIDEO.ORG By Brian Ring, Contributing Editor Like many of my TV-industry peers, I fell in love with my first TiVo DVR: TV was so good when you could fully control the experience. A DVR brings more than ad skipping, although that’s certainly appealing. It allows me to get more of what I want […]

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Apple Music, Apple Watch … What’s next? When it comes to TV, #iMissSteveJobs.

For a year or two after Steve’s death, analysts talked about a ‘lack of innovation’ as a risk for Cook’s Apple. At that time, I felt the criticism was unwarranted. My argument? The iPhone was enough innovation for a decade – and Cook’s steady execution refining existing products would provide ample room to harvest Jobs’ […]

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PANEL: The Long-tail of Live Sports: Coming to #DigitalHollywood! This Wed 4/29 at 1045am at Ritz Carlton Marina Del Rey

Digital Hollywood Sports Next http://www.digitalhollywood.com/sportsnext.html Date: Wednesday April 29th Time: 10:45am – Noon Title: The Long-tail of Live Sports – How to make it great; How to cultivate an audience; How to pay for it Abstract: We’ll talk about (1) great live sports production at a fraction of the cost of broadcast (2) traditional and […]

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Hey TV Nets: The Whipclip Revolution is here! Let’s Reward the Legal Approach

Whipclip won’t be the first entrant in the live TV clipping market, but it is decisively the most important. ABC, CBS, FOX, VH1, A&E Network, Lifetime, Bloomberg, and Turner are on board – but for how many shows? And what about sports?

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7 Reasons #NABShow beats #CES and #SXSW

In “The Purpose of Silicon Valley,” MIT Tech Review author Michael Malone talks of a geeky debate happening in the Valley these days. The question? Are we losing our purpose? Social networking apps are fun, the argument goes, but global hunger isn’t yet solved – and tech startups need to be involved in those problems. […]

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Twitter is a Platform, Vine is a Genre, Video is a medium

There’s an interesting article on Re-code today about Dick Costolo’s comments on Vine. The author suggests that Vine will compete with Twitter’s native Video offerings but I don’t think so. The way I think of it is this: Twitter is a Platform, Vine is a Genre and Video is a medium. http://recode.net/2015/02/11/dick-costolo-on-how-vine-fits-into-twitters-ambitions Twitter is a distribution platform. With Twitter, you […]

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