I recently read an interesting post on the Televisionary blog about how the way we watch TV is changing dramatically with the advent of new and exciting devices.
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In 2020, it is estimated that some 4.25 billion people will be under the age of 34. This will be a majority of the people living on our planet.
Greetings all from sunny Cannes, France where the MIPTV Connected Creativity event is underway.
Most of the TV programs I watch these days are often not on TV. That’s not as odd as it sounds.
“Did you see the latest episode of Mad Men last night?” I can’t even begin to recall how many conversations I’ve had that started like that. The media we consume –whether it’s the music we listen to, the way we keep up to date with the news, or what keeps us entertained – is central [...]
At MWC 2011, which is ongoing right now, we’re presenting a number of different Augmented Reality (AR) applications and the interest is really there.
Television. It has been a part of most of our lives – entertaining us, informing us, making us laugh and making us cry.
I never saw the live footage of Neil Armstrong on the moon. As a four-year-old, I heard people talking about it, but we were living in the Australian Outback, and there was no TV in Mullewa in 1969. I can’t help feeling that I missed out on something: the most important collective TV moment of [...]