Google Adds Mood Music In Hopes Of Luring Pandora, Spotify Listeners To Play (CBS San Francisco)

Google is adding mood music to the mix as it tries to lure listeners away from Pandora, Spotify and other popular services that… [Read more on CBS San Francisco]

Video on Demand is Changing the Way We Watch TV, and That’s Good for Everybody (Lost Remote)

Sometimes, playing catch up isn’t a bad thing.

Video on demand (VOD), a long-time content consumption afterthought, is now promoted by TV networks, embraced by advertisers, a focus for cable service providers, and used… [Read more on Lost Remote]


YouTube, Lionsgate Create Branded Series to Promote ‘Hunger Games’ (AdvertisingAge)

Debuting Monday, Five-Episode Series Features YouTube Stars

YouTube is looking to show marketers how branded entertainment is done.

The online video service and its parent company Google have created a branded online video series with Lionsgate to promote the… [Read more on AdAge]

Orange in Africa: “Local content boosts usage growth.” (IP&TV News)

IP&TV News finds out more about Orange’s African strategy from Orange’s Sebastien Crozier…

IP&TV News: Could you give us an overview of Orange’s African content strategy, first of all in countries where it’s currently a mass market operator?

Sebastien Crozier: Orange is rolling out its 3G and 4G networks that allow… [Read more on IP&TV News]

Simpsons World Launches October 21st: Every Single Episode in One Intuitive App (IGN)

Simpsons World main menu on iPad

Simpsons World main menu on iPad

It’s been almost a year since FX acquired the syndication rights to all of The Simpsons, marking the biggest off-network deal in television history. Back in August, the network celebrated the animated show’s cable debut with a 12-day marathon on FXX, airing all 552 episodes in a row. Since then, FXX has… [Read more on IGN]

La TV grimpe grâce au … web (Méta-Media)

Contrairement à d’autres médias traditionnels, la télévision est un secteur en pleine croissance. Le hic, c’est que les fruits de cette croissance ne profiteront pas à tous. Et pas forcément aux acteurs historiques.  

  • Selon l’IDATE, le marché mondial de la télévision est

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