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Business Insight - Behind Comcast's Streaming Package Announcement
Comcast announced plans Sunday to launch a new streaming television service for its cable Xfinity customers, offering shows from networks including NBC, and Fox. Subscribers will pay $15 a month for Stream, to get access to both live TV and on-demand movies and shows on computers and mobile devices. Stream will launch in beta in Boston by the end of the summer with plans to expand to Chicago and Seattle. The company is aiming to roll out the service everywhere by early 2016. What's behind this move? It might seem simple enough. More people are just streaming content to their PCs. I totally get that argument. I don't watch live TV unless it's some large sports event. Like Triple Crown horse races and Soccer. Which by the way just happen to be streamed online by NBC and Fox respectively. Which is consistent with Comcast's announcement. The cable signal you receive in your home has almost zero marginal cost. That's because you and the cable provider have already paid for the sending and receiving of an internet signal. NBC and Fox have already built streaming/advertising platforms. ESPN has not. There is a reason. They get most of their income from charges imbedded on your "basic" cable TV package. The internet, once upon a time was a punch line, economically speaking. Pets.com comes to mind. But now the internet is everything. It's hard to imagine anyone being able to do anything without it (paying bills all the way to kids interacting with their teachers after school). Now speeds will continue to increase. And all content imaginable - even 3D - will be able to comfortably "surf" upon its bandwidth. From athletic scholar and satirist to computer programmer to CEO success, John Jazwiec brings a unique and often eccentric perspective to business and supply chain challenges. Exploring how they can be solved through the leadership and communication insights found in untraditional sources. This CEO blog demonstrates how business insights from books on history to the... Source: John Jazwiec Blog
'I did what felt right' - Alex Renton's mum tells of giving sick son ...07/19/15 ,via TVNZ
Alex's mother, Rose Renton, told the 3D television programme that she had secretly administered cannabis oil to her son before the official approval was given. Mr Dunne told ONE News that while he understands Ms Renton's actions, given the
Demi Moore in 'shock' over man found dead in her pool07/19/15 ,via TVNZ
In an interview aired last night, Alex's mother, Rose Renton, told the 3D television programme that she had secretly administered cannabis oil to her son before the official approval was given. She said she didn't regret her actions. Alex, the first
TV Technology: 7 Really Dumb Things - TV Predictions07/20/15 ,via TVPredictions.com
Look, we all know that not everything in the industry turns out to be successful or shrewd (3D TV makers, we're looking at you) so this article is designed to provide a sneak peek at what the future might hold for your favorite TV technology product or
Letter: Too many TV channels are available07/17/15 ,via Montreal Gazette
Parents rely too much on television and with so many channels available there's no guarantee that children will be watching educational programming, like what is available on PBS. In the early 1960s, there were only two English-language channels
Tech Stocks In Consideration- AT&T, Inc. (NYSE:T), 3D Systems Corporation ...07/20/15 ,via StreetWise Report
AT&T, Inc. (NYSE:T) moved down in previous session as it talks among Starz, the premium pay TV service, as well as telecommunications giant AT&T appear to be stalling, which could lead to a loss of popular Starz and Encore programming for some
Media/Impact: An Introduction to Mass MediaCengage Learning. 2014. ISBN: 9781305162808,1305162803. 448 pages.
Consistently praised for its engaging writing style, currency, and visual appeal, MEDIA/IMPACT focuses students on today’s digital mass media industries and support businesses as well as the legal, ethical, social, global, and technological issues that these businesses face every day. The totally re-designed eleventh edition gives special emphasis to convergence--how the mass media industries are intersecting to deliver content and how audiences are adapting to the new mass media marketplace....
Television Program Master IndexMcFarland. 2014. ISBN: 9780786472451,0786472456. 336 pages.
This work indexes books, dissertations and journal articles that mention television shows. Memoirs, autobiographies, biographies, and some popular works meant for fans are also indexed. The major focus is on service to researchers in the history of television. Listings are keyed to an annotated bibliography. Appendices include a list of websites; an index of groups or classes of people on television; and a list of programs by genre. Changes from the second edition include more than 300 new...
Disney Accelerator Program 2015 Class Focuses on A.I., 3D Printing07/09/15 ,via TheWrap
Other tech startups selected for program include mobile ad optimization and real-time ... platform enabling fans to have conversations with their favorite movie and TV characters. -Littlstar: aggregates industry leading virtual reality content with its ...
Movies Like ‘The Martian,’ ‘The Walk’ Will Be Important for 3D, Says RealD Chief07/12/15 ,via Variety
To do big business you need to actively and aggressively promote movies in 3D and you need to make sure you’re programming them correctly. We had four movies this summer that all opened with more than 40% of their ticket sales coming from 3D. We haven ...
10 new tech startups named to 2015 Disney Accelerator program07/13/15 ,via Kidscreen
Mind-controlling technology, 3D printing and robotics are some of the big ideas emerging from the 10 tech-based companies named to the 2015 Disney Accelerator program, which offers ... with their favorite movie and TV characters. FEM Inc., which has ...
BBC Shelves 3D TV Programming07/05/13 ,via Studio Daily
BBC head of 3D Kim Shillinglaw says the Beeb will put 3D program development on hold at the end of 2013, with no plans to resume until 2017. In an interview with RadioTimes.com, Shillinglaw said the three-year hiatus comes after a two-year pilot program ...
BBC Axes 3D TV Programming: “Hassly” Glasses Led To Failure07/08/13 ,via HDTVtest
The BBC’s two-year long 3D television trials are set for the chopping block after the UK public service broadcaster admitted a distinct “lack of appetite” for the technology among viewers. The decision to axe 3DTV trials confirms what we’ve been ...