Two of the biggest broadcaster shows of the year kick off next week -- the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) event in Las Vegas, and Marché International des Programmes de Télévision (MIPTV) in Cannes.
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New numbers from comScore today on June online video viewing show 186.9 million Americans watched online content videos in June 2014, up from 183 million a year ago.
As usual, Google Sites ranked as the top video content property, with 153.3 million unique viewers. But that’s down from 158.3 million a year ago.
Does social media have an effect on TV viewing? Or is it the other way around? Does sharing a line from a just-watched comedy on TV, or recounting with your Facebook friends a scene as it unfolds on your favorite drama have an effect on viewership?
Not everyone agrees a social network is all that influential in determining what you might want to watch… or vice versa.
But, there’s just something about the second screen and social media that TV can’t quite ignore.
The global online video platform market is poised to grow at a CAGR of better than 13% through 2018, a new report says.
Willing to watch a couple of ads while you’re binge viewing in exchange for a lower price tag on your pay-TV subscription? A new study today from Annalect says you are not alone.
Binge viewing has quickly become de rigueur among viewers and, with an increasing number of households connected to the Internet, their ranks continue to grow.