In this guest post, Key of Awesome writer/producer Mark Douglas describes the experience of creating and performing a video with the band Weezer, as part of a massive viral stunt the band did with a number of major YouTube partners.
For the first time, an Apple press event will be live-streamed to the public. Starting at 10 a.m. PT tomorrow, Apple.com will host a stream of the rumored and expected announcements of a new iPod Touch, iTunes rentals, and an overhaul of the Apple TV.
What’s the next big thing in online video? Are consumers ready to cut the cord? How will the growing proliferation of tablet and other mobile device influence video distribution? These are just some of the topics we will be discussing at this year’s NewTeeVee Live.
Linear TV still reigns supreme, but more and more consumers around the world are using time shifting and online video on a regular basis. A new study from Ericsson’s ConsumerLab say that 45 percent of all viewers access TV through online platforms once a week.
U.S. Pay TV subscriptions have declined for the first time in history in the second quarter. Comcast & other cableco’s lost a total of 711,000 subscribers last quarter, which represents the biggest quarterly loss ever for cable TV. Telcos and sattellite TV providers were better off.
Remember how you thought everyone should have a DVR the first time you used one? Well, your dream may almost have come true: Six out of ten TV viewers now use a digital video recorder for time shifting, according to a new survey commissioned by Comcast.
Today we have Nina Bargiel, the Streamy-winning mastermind behind the expansive social media world surrounding MTV’s college vampire drama Valemont. Below, she warns the world to not call her a social media guru and talks about the lessons learned during Valemont.
The web series Project Rant today released their newest video recreation of a rant, with a twist. YouTube Comments pays tribute to the hyperbolic and homophobic comments Rant episodes have been receiving on YouTube — comments that are kinda sorta NewTeeVee’s fault.
What, another redesign? I know what you’re thinking. It has only been a few months since we completely revamped NewTeeVee’s web site – and now we are changing it all over again? Well, this isn’t as much of a redesign than a GigaOm family reunion.
Bigger screens lead to longer mobile video engagement times: That’s the result of some data crunching over at MobiTV, which analyzed the World Cup viewing patterns of various mobile users. Another result of that research: Users of Android devices watch far more soccer than iPhone users.