Archive of the Video Category

Making money on things ‘you can’t make money with’

One of the challenges of the Web/new media/social media/etc. is: how do you monetize it? If content wants to be free, social media activity is junky,” user-created content is a scary wildcard and advertising is in a hole that (perhaps) isn’t coming back, how do next-generation content makers and distributors make a buck? more

Analyst predicts IP STB revival

IP set-top boxes will generate a market value of more than $3 billion by 2014, according to data today from ABI Research. Spurred by the digital transition, ABI found that STBs now have a more crucial role in the home as they are used to access entertainment and information services provided by pay TV providers. more

FLO TV launches audience measurement system

FLO TV might not be willing to tell exactly how big its audience is, but it will sell second-by-second viewership data of its subscribers to get advertisers on board. The multicast mobile television service, a wholly owned subsidiary of Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM), today announced it has partnered with digital audience measurement company Rentrak (NASDAQ:RENT) to provide comprehensive standard viewership and impression reporting for Qualcomm’s FLO TV live mobile TV service. more

TWC wards off telco, Web competition

Time Warner Cable’s (NYSE:TWC) biggest competitive threats are coming from telcos offering pay TV services, consumers turning to online content and wireless operators who still control of the voice market. In its second-quarter earnings today, the second-largest cableco outlined its strategies to fend off all three competitors, but acknowledged that it will be a tough battle. more

ExtendMedia helps telcos integrate OTT content

The market for online video content is large and complex, but according to Chris Gardner, chief marketing officer of ExtendMedia, leadership is still up for grabs. Traditional incumbents are only one in a growing list of potential candidates, which also includes the broadcast networks, online-only hosting sites like Hulu, IPTV providers, Apple, Microsoft, Internet service providers and a variety of consumer electronics manufacturers. more

Faster iPhone 3GS officially unveiled

Apple today officially introducedits rumored iPhone 3GS, the s standing for speed as it’s the most powerful, fastest iPhone ever made, Apple’s vice president of marketing Phil Schiller told attendees of Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) Worldwide Developers Conference held today in San Francisco. more

Aktino hails 100 Mb/s over copper (lots of copper)

Aktino, which sells Ethernet-over-copper gear for line-bonded broadband, today announced plans to double the rate/reach performance of its products. Starting in May, Aktino’s gear will deliver “up to 100 Mb/s on just five copper pairs (80 Mb/s on four copper pairs).” On five copper pairs, Aktino’s range for 100 Mb/s is 4,000 feet, the company said. And using eight pairs, the range for 100 Mb/s is 9,000 feet.


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