Archive for the ‘Industry Perspectives’ Category

 

The Creepier Side of Facial Recognition Technology

Halloween may be upon us, but scary monsters aside, there are plenty of other ways big tech and big data should have you a little freaked out. In the 2002 sci-fi movie “Minority Report” everyday citizens voluntarily submit to creepy, crawling robots who administer retina scans, as they walk through city streets, prepare dinner at […]

 

TV Can’t Operate In A Silo

If there was a single comment that seemed to crystallize one of the key themes coming out of the Future of TV Show in NYC, it was something that Nick Sallon, Head of U.S. News Partnerships at Twitter said, about how TV can no longer afford to operate in a silo and pretend that viewers […]

 

How Generations Watch TV: Your Cheat Sheet

Examining how generations watch TV is the key to understanding the differences between boomers, millennials, and Gen Z.

 

The Future of Addressable TV Is Here. Are You Ready?

With addressable TV spend set to shoot up to $3.3 billion by 2020, the future of addressable TV is looking bright.

 

Online Paywalls and TV: How TV News Can Fill the Void Left by Local Papers

Online paywalls and TV news have seen audiences eroded by social media. Here’s how local TV news can fight back.

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