With the Consumer Electronics Show around the corner, all eyes are on the hottest new gadgets. Or in our case, all eyes are on the hottest new video tech. We've dug through CES' Innovations Design and Engineering Award Honorees to find the most buzzed-about TV and online video toys.
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Apple could disrupt the TV industry with a la carte pricing. Customers are lowering cable bills just by asking. More people are choosing tablets instead of expensive TV sets. All that and more in your weekly rewind.
What was the most popular video of 2011? Will you watch the Super Bowl on your phone? Is Siri headed to a bigger screen? All that and more in your weekly rewind.
Most-watched YouTube video of 2011? Rebecca Black. Online viewers of the world, you have disappointing taste.
Warren Hellman, the founder of the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass music festival, passed away this week. The free music festival is one of the largest of its kind in the nation, and attracts scores musicians from multiple genres.
The generation that came of age in the era of Harry Potter isn't so interested in television anymore.
OK, first things first: we know our limits. While our technology powers great cross-device video content for companies like Yahoo! Japan and ESPN.com, we would never claim to be in the film business. We’ll leave that to the pros.
Over 100 million people watch online video on an Ooyala-powered video player every single month. Our proprietary analytics system collects, processes and reports viewership engagement data on a real-time basis. Armed with this information, publishers can better target ads, create more engaging content and strike profitable distribution deals.