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Rodale takes YouTube plunge, launches fitness channel

Social TV Startup Zeebox Seeks Impact With TV Campaign

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One of the nascent social TV space’s most interesting new second-screen software services is this week courting both mainstream users and broadcast partners using a national TV advertising campaign and a toolset designed for channel operators. Zeebox, an iOS app that augments live TV shows with interaction, show information...
Social TV Startup Zeebox Seeks Impact With TV Campaign

Streaming start-up NimbleTV taps Lou Borrelli CMO

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New York-based start-up NimbleTV has named longtime cable and broadband industry veteran Lou Borrelli as its new chief marketing officer. Borrelli has been involved with the media technology company since last year, serving as an advisor and investor. He’ll now oversee all aspects of NimbleTV’s marketing, including communications, strategy and business...
Streaming start-up NimbleTV taps Lou Borrelli CMO

Nickelodeon now "droppable"? DirecTV balks at Viacom fee bump

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Another pillar of the pay TV business is showing fresh signs of vulnerability. Viacom’s cable channels are set to be pulled off of DirecTV, effective at midnight, with the media conglomerate unable to secure acceptable carriage-fee increases from the satellite TV service. The move would black out Nickelodeon, the No....
Nickelodeon now "droppable"? DirecTV balks at Viacom fee bump

Pay TV growth keeps slowing: 484K video users added in Q1

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The pay TV business continued to expand in the first quarter, but that growth is clearly decelerating. The top 10 publicly traded operators of cable, satellite and telecommunications-based pay TV services added 494,000 video subscribers in the first quarter, according to data compiled by paidContent from Q1 earnings reports. That...
Pay TV growth keeps slowing: 484K video users added in Q1

YouTube's Magic Number

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YouTube is grading the channels it has launched in the last year. At least six in 10 of them won’t make the cut. Out in videoland, there’s lot of chatter about who’s in and who’s out. But if you take Google executives at their word, this shouldn’t be that mysterious:...
YouTube's Magic Number

YouTube’s April video usage up 55% over 2011

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Digital media companies like YouTube and Yahoo have yet to see how much they will have increased their ad base by upping the quality of their video content recently. But as monthly video data released by comScore shows, both companies have managed to significantly increase the amount of time viewers...
YouTube’s April video usage up 55% over 2011
With Team Downey heritage, Epoxy gets $2M to build pro tools for YouTube content creators

Why cable should bank on broadband and thank Netflix

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With initiatives like TV Everywhere and broadband usage caps, is the cable industry biting the hands of the streaming video companies that are driving its most vibrant prospect for growth? Now that Time Warner Cable, AT&T and Verizon have kicked off  the latest round of quarterly earnings reports by multi-channel...
Why cable should bank on broadband and thank Netflix
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