Earlier this week, Multichannel news broke the story that Target was field testing a video streaming service called “Target Ticket”. According to Target’s website for the service, 15,000 titles are available including new releases, movies and even next-day TV shows. No pricing was given and no possible release date was mentioned either. A Target spokeswoman wouldn't even confirm the company might eventually launch the service. I’m betting the company does and not for the obvious competitive issue with Walmart and Vudu. [...]
I discuss YouTube's announcement that it will support live broadcasts and the growing list of suitors for Hulu. [...]
Will and I discuss this weeks Netflix results and it means for the company and the industry.
This site is dedicated to the new world of over-the-top delivery of media to all the screens in a consumers life.
You will find:
May 29th 2013: Future TV Conference, Keynote & Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark
June 4th 2013, Online Video Ad Summit, NYC
June 19th 2013, SMPTE Entertainment in the Internet Age, Keynote with Vivek Khemka, Dish Network
LA Times, Does losing 'Saturday Night Live' clips to Yahoo! hurt Hulu?, April 25,2013
Variety, Intel: The Big Bet That Could Change TV - April 2 2013, Colin Dixon Quoted
The Guardian, Free ad-supported TV shifts from linear to the Internet - February 22, 2013
MarketWatch discusses the Intel Media announcement- February 14th, 2013
KGO Radio February 4, 2013 - Increase in TV Streaming
San Jose Mercury News - Netflix Rebound Cheers Investors - But will it Last,
Video Schmooze - Interview with Chet Kanoja, CEO of AereoTV