With some of Australia’s biggest hits under its wings, notably “The Voice” and “Australia’s Next Top Model,” Shine has eagerly looked online to expand its audience.
With Ooyala’s help, Shine is streaming its content live to a multitude of devices and boosting viewer engagement in the process.
After a lengthy – and public – courtship, wireless carrier Vodafone and Spanish cable operator Grupo Corporativo Ono have agreed to tie the knot. Reports say Vodafone will pay 7.2 billion-euros ($10 billion) in exchange for 1.9 million new customers in Spain and an expanded Internet and pay-TV footprint in Europe.
A new report from eMarketer says mobile ad spending in the United Kingdom will pass that of spending on newspaper ads for the first time in 2014; the change will be driven by mobile growth expected to top 90% this year.
Nearly half (49%) of U.S. Hispanic consumers use mobile devices for local shopping, compared to just 32% of non-Hispanics, a new study says.
Spanish-language TV network Univision has been giving its more traditional competitors like ABC, Fox and NBC a literal run for their money, regularly appearing in ratings as a top network in the United States, and capturing a lion’s share of primetime viewers in key demographics.
Univision is the kind of media company that well understands the need to “constantly reinvent ourselves in the arena that we are living in right now."
The number of users watching online video on mobile devices worldwide continues to increase, with annual growth outstripping expansion of any other viewing device, a new study said.
While mobile video made up about 20% of total views in 2013, it’s expected to more than double over the next five years, said ABI Research.
American Express may have a copyright on “Don’t leave home without it,” but Dish Network and Southwest Airlines may be giving the iconic card a run for its money.
The satellite operator and airline are partnering on a deal that allows fliers free access to 20 live TV channels and 75 on-demand programs on iOS and Android devices.
Dish is paying for the content and to have it delivered by in-air Wi-Fi specialist Row 44.
Smartphone penetration is ramping up at a rate 10 times that of the 80's PC boom, according to new figures from app measurement company Flurry.
In all, the company estimates more than 640 million iOS and Android devices were in use in July. The U.S. leads in the number of active smart devices with 165 million, followed by China, the U.K. and South Korea.