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What would a BBC video-sharing deal with publishers look like?

What would a BBC video-sharing deal with publishers look like?

Chris Sutcliffe27th October 2014

Opening its video archive would allow the BBC to monetise content for which it neither has plans - or resources - to use, and provides those other publishers with access to a breadth of content to which they simply wouldn't have otherwise. But are there any case studies that can support the scheme?

Broadcast, Digital Media, Newspapers

TV-Twitter integration: you'll never watch alone

TV-Twitter integration: you'll never watch alone

Chris Sutcliffe24th October 2014

Is the addition of a Twitter tab alongside the video content on the Xbox One revolutionary, or does it signal a change in how indivisible we consider social media and mobile?

Advertising, Broadcast, Digital Media, Mobile

Put a puppy on it: Tips for converting audiences into subscribers

Put a puppy on it: Tips for converting audiences into subscribers

Chris Sutcliffe22nd October 2014

The subscriber economy is not a new idea, but as more and more publishers are converting to it are there ways and means to ensure your current consumers convert?

Advertising, B2B Media, Broadcast, Digital Media, Newspapers

Latest Broadcast News

HBO to offer stand-alone web subscription in US

Telegraph.co.uk - Media16th October 2014

Bloomberg's Trish Regan, Alex Barinka and Pimm Fox break down some of the day's top market stories

Broadcast, Digital Media

How Netflix price increases hurt subscriber growth

Telegraph.co.uk - Media16th October 2014

S&P Capital IQ Senior Equity Analyst Tuna Amobi discusses Netflx earnings and subscriber growth

Broadcast, Digital Media

Sky adds 46,000 new TV customers in three months

Telegraph.co.uk - Media16th October 2014

Gleneagles golf tournament and American dramas are a big draw for subscribers

Broadcast

Netflix's U.S. growth slows, shares plunge

Reuters16th October 2014

(Reuters) - Netflix Inc signed up fewer video streaming subscribers than forecast for the quarter that ended in September as its U.S. growth slowed markedly, sending its shares plunging as much as 27 percent.

Broadcast, Digital Media, Finance and Deals

EE TV: Why bother with yet another television service?

Telegraph.co.uk - Media8th October 2014

Britain's biggest mobile operator has joined the crowded race for televison customers by giving away a slick set-top box with mobile features, but is not putting much money at risk as it prepares for 'quad play' market

Broadcast, Mobile


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