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This Heroic Startup (And Barry Diller) Are Standing Up To Your Goliath Cable Company

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"HOW many people here love their cable company?" Chet Kanojia, the boss of Aereo, an internet TV start-up, posed that question to an audience recently. Only one man raised his hand--and he worked for one. Mr Kanojia started Aereo in 2012 to capitalise on people's hatred of high cable bills....
This Heroic Startup (And Barry Diller) Are Standing Up To Your Goliath Cable Company
Tablets a TV friend: 85 percent tablet owners use the device while watching shows
Hollywood's Selectable Output Control: has it gone from FUD to dud?

Machinima's 166m monthly viewers sparking traditional TV partnerships

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1.4bn video views in February for online network, including nearly 400m from mobile devicesVideo entertainment network Machinima now attracts 166m monthly unique viewers, who between them watched 1.4bn videos in February 2012. Aimed mainly at 13 to 34 year-old males, who watch its videos on YouTube, its sheer reach is...
Machinima's 166m monthly viewers sparking traditional TV partnerships

Twitter partners with Fuse and Trident to produce cross-platform music TV show

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Twitter is partnering with the gum company Trident and the music television network Fuse to create Trending 10, an entertainment show about popular music that will air both on television and online, using Twitter’s data about music and social conversations about artists to power the content. The companies stated that...
Twitter partners with Fuse and Trident to produce cross-platform music TV show

The FCC has agreed to review its spectrum rules: Here's what you need to know

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Today the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) agreed to review its regulatory policies regarding how much spectrum any single wireless carrier can own. Known as the ‘spectrum screen,’ current rules potentially limit the ability for any mobile provider to pick up enough spectrum to push out other players; there is a finite...
The FCC has agreed to review its spectrum rules: Here's what you need to know

Usenet Feels The Heat As Copyright Holders Try To Strip Away Content

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Despite the BitTorrent explosion of the past few years there have always been file-sharers who believe that if you want secure access to content at the fastest speeds, Usenet is the place to obtain it. Usenet does indeed have inherent security (at least for downloaders) and due to its users...
Usenet Feels The Heat As Copyright Holders Try To Strip Away Content

The FCC details how it intends to open up new spectrum for wireless Internet

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Today the FCC unanimously agreed to a preliminary plan to move spectrum from television companies to wireless providers. The reason for the shift is a bid to boost total bandwidth open to mobile Internet providers. The plan involves the use of an ‘incentive auction,’ by which wireless companies will pay...
The FCC details how it intends to open up new spectrum for wireless Internet
4K TVs are coming, but they face an uphill battle in the home

Time Warner Leads $8 Million Series B Round In Simulmedia

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Media marketing company Simulmedia, has raised $8 million Series B round of financing led by Time Warner Investments with existing investors Avalon Ventures and Union Square Ventures also participating in the round. This brings the company’s total funding up to $12 million. Simulmedia’s data-focused TV marketing system helps television companies...
Time Warner Leads $8 Million Series B Round In Simulmedia
Amazon gets into the content business with four original TV shows

Trends to watch at CES 2013

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The annual Consumer Electronics Show, when tech companies gather in Las Vegas to show off their biggest, boldest ideas of the year, is set to open the second week of January. The show has lost some of its cachet in recent years, particularly with former headliner Microsoft opting to stop...
Trends to watch at CES 2013
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