Attempting to further cash in on its global visibility, Liverpool Football Club, the UK’s most successful football team, has re-launched its online video offering.
Once connected TVs enter the home, they infiltrate multiple viewing rooms, and group members, regardless of age, are rarely limited to one connected TV or device, according to research from YuMe.
What do millennials want when it comes to online viewing, and what should broadcasters invest in to capture the opportunity with this demographic? Research from Verizon Digital Media Services suggests that the answer, primarily, is quality.
After working with NBC on the main games, iStreamPlanet is teaming with AT&T to deliver live streaming of the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games.
Adap.tv is launching a linear TV advertising placement service through its programmatic buying platform, Audience Path in a move that enables video ad buyers to place spots across both TV and digital inventories, gaining access to traditional age/sex demographics.
DISH Network has expanded its DISH Anywhere TV everywhere app to Kindle Fire HDX tablets. The app, previously only available on Android and iOS devices, gives satellite customers the ability to watch their subscription content on the tablet, including live TV programmes, DVR recordings and video-on-demand (VOD) titles, inside and outside the home.