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Super Bowl breaks viewing and ad records, streamed to 2.1 million

NBC announced this week that 2.1 million people watched a live stream of last Sunday’s Super Bowl. This was the first-ever live streaming of...

Customer experience is next battleground

It is starting to look as if customer experience (CX) is going to become a key battleground for Pay TV and broadband service providers...

Alcatel-Lucent turns spotlight on customer satisfaction

Alcatel-Lucent is convinced that customer experience (CX) and customer experience management are about to become top priorities for Pay TV and broadband service providers...

The market for multi-screen advertising

While retrofitting television with advanced advertising capabilities goes back a decade, shifting ad-supportable programming onto second and third screens is a more recent development,...

TV makers cope amidst flat growth, constrained margins

A report this week that Panasonic was leaving the U.S. set-top market was a reminder that all is not well in consumer electronics (CE)...

Smaller CE brands focused on Connected TV

It was clear from CES 2012 that Connected TV functionality is going to start appearing on more CE brands and that the market for...

Putting the ‘smart’ into Smart TV

It is pretty clear where the major Connected TV vendors are heading this year, adding value to their platforms by integrating companion screen experiences...

Amino boosts in-home video networking with Wi-Fi

Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) is one of the most successful networking technologies ever, and IPTV set-top provider Amino Communications announced this week that it is...

Set-top and online patents accentuate metrics debate

Evolving television and online delivery platforms are driving changes in the business and technology of audience measurement. A recent U.S. patent award on set-top...

Samsung nurtures SmartTV apps, picks Party Shots

Samsung is a long-standing proponent of finding new ways to use the TV. It began delivering RSS feeds to its connected TVs in 2008...

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