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Can Tech Boost Baseball's Fan Experience?
- Published on 23 May 2013
Aiming to boost in-stadium attendance, National Football League innovators have been harnessing wireless access to content resources. The league has even cited an improved fan experience as a factor in awarding San Francisco the 50th Super Bowl on Tuesday.
VoD: See Movies Before Cinema
- Published on 16 May 2013
First there was "same day as DVD," then there was "same day as cinema," now there's a "before theater" option for movie lovers that want to see a short list of non-blockbuster, relatively low-budget titles by renting them from Comcast Corp.'s video-on-demand (VoD) library.
thePlatform: Enabling Cable OTT Today
- Published on 09 May 2013
Obscured by a recent fog of new service teases, overblown rumors and chest thumping proclamations was a relevant business and technology capability from video publishing giant thePlatform (News - Alert) that lets pay-TV providers roll out standalone over-the-top (OTT) subscription video services.
Make Your Own TV Sundae: OTT & Connected Sets
- Published on 01 May 2013
With consumers still clamoring for a-la-carte TV, a continuation of cutting cords for Netflix, Amazon and Hulu Plus, and most all subscribers complaining about the always rising cost of pay-TV services (cable, telco, satellite), the consensus appears to be that a short subset of channels paid for are actually worth it.
How Netflix Survives and Thrives
- Published on 24 April 2013
When you create a market segment – unlimited delivered movies for an affordable monthly price – everyone from fast followers to re-invent-the-wheelers want a (big) piece of you. By using innovation to drive evolution, Netflix remains a disruptor, instead of the disrupted.
Boston Marathon Bombing Latest: Video Surveillance to the Rescue - 04/19/2013
- Published on 19 April 2013
If you've ever questioned the value of video surveillance, ponder no more, as an outdoor sidewalk surveillance camera from Lord & Taylor has provided law enforcement with clear pictures of the two suspects wanted in connection with the bombings that killed three and injured dozens more at the finish line of the Boston Marathon Monday afternoon.