Shipments of 4K/Ultra HD TVs soared 633% in 2014, as demand in Asia Pacific, North America and Western Europe drove the market.
New research posits that television viewing is transitioning to an “individual medium defined by solitary viewers watching programs on smaller, more personal devices,” from the more communal event
Following in the footsteps of an increasing number of brands, Heineken says its 2015 digital ad spend will increase to 30% of its total budget this year, up from 20% in 2014.
Major U.S. broadband providers added more than 3 million new subscribers in 2014, with Comcast (1.28 million) and Time Warner Cable (657,000) leading the pack.
The emergence and rapid evolution of programmatic advertising in the TV and online video industry has prompted Nielsen to acquire data management tech platform eXelate,
Dish Network continues to add content to its Sling TV OTT play, today announcing it has signed a deal to add IFC, Sundance and EPIX.
Don’t look now, but the sharks already are circling the increasingly ephemeral Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger.
Add NBC to the ranks of big content publishers launching SVOD services in search of viewers under 35 in 2015.
Cloud technology company Synacor is partnering with Comcast subsidiary thePlatform as it attempts to realign its business and offer a more end-to-end integrated solution for delivering online video
Samsung has rolled out an on-demand, over-the-top video product in the Brazilian market that’s looking to “revolutionize the digital experience.”
Showtime Anytime – the TV Everywhere offering from the CBS-owned cable net -- is now available to authenticated Dish customers who subscribe to the cable channel.
YouTube’s getting in on the March Madness action with a new channel that will post highlights of the action as games unfold during this year’s NCAA Di
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The new rules the FCC passed today that will allow it to regulate broadband as a utility are – in the eyes of some – a victory for net neutrality and a “free Internet.” For others, the new rules ar
With Netflix standing on the doorstep, competition in Australia’s streaming video space is heating up.
Digital media spending saw more money from traditional TV budgets migrate its way in 2014, nabbing 30% of the market share in the U.S. and growing by 15% to $49 billion, a new report says.
Pre-roll video ads are the most affordable ad units in the estimated $5.96 billion U.S. digital video ad market during 2014, a new study says,
Online ad and digital video views increased 30% and 27% respectively in 2014, reflecting strong full-year growth in the digital video ecosystem, a new report said.
Don’t look now, but the Barbarians truly are at the gate: Cox Media is partnering with TubeMogul in a deal that helps brands and agencies one-stop shop for linear TV ads and online video ads.
Smart-video ad format types on mobile devices outperform all other format types in all metrics, a new report says.
Amazon Prime Instant Video, after just more than a year in Germany, owns more than a third of the very fragmented market, outpacing all other players, including high-profile rival Netflix, which ra