Tag: netflix

by Julie Keck

1. Is Hollywood to blame? Or journalism? A battle on Twitter (Kristen Hare / Poynter) 2. Twitter and Omnicom strike $230 million mobile ad deal (Jack Marshall / Wall Street Journal) 3. Netflix buys pay-TV rights to Sony animated films (Todd Spangler / Variety) 4. Yahoo plots YouTube rival for summer debut after delay (Tim [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Nielsen fleshes out Twitter TV ratings with demographic data (Ryan Faughnder / Los Angeles Times) 2. Netflix’s Neil Hunt says personalized recommendations will replace the navigation grid (Anthony Ha / TechCrunch) 3. First Look Media will give $550,000 to support press freedoms (Kristen Hare / Poynter) 4. Jezebel’s Anna Holmes lands at Fusion (Peter [...] more »

by Fannie Cohen

The TV ad market is still a $78 billion dollar industry, and the amount of ad dollars it commands has grown every year since 2009. But the growth of that spending is shrinking year-over-year, leaving some wondering if ad money is finally flowing away from TV and onto the internet. The sale price for a [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. ‘He said/she said’ is a failure to understand the media market (Mathew Ingram / GigaOm) 2. Sources: Xbox Live to remove Gold requirement for Netflix, Hulu (Sam Machkovech / Ars Technica) 3. YouTube shuts down public RSS feeds of user subscriptions (Ron Amadeo / Ars Technica) 4. Europe’s top court: People have right to [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. More ad dollars flow to pirated video (Jack Marshall / Wall Street Journal) 2. Beyond responsive: Three mobile website design tricks becoming trends (Henry Taylor / The Media Briefing) 3. Amazon, Netflix and tech giants defend net neutrality in letter to FCC (Stacey Higgenbothom / GigaOm) 4. EndlessTV serves up free web video to [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Brown Moses, his alter ego, and the rise of the self-trained journalist (Mathew Ingram / GigaOm) 2. Reporters’ pay falls below U.S. average wage (James Bach / American Journalism Review) 3. Illegal in U.S., newsgathering drones are taking off in Latin American media (Jamie Stark / Global Post) 4. New service will rate the [...] more »

by Angela Washeck

As digital video continues to disrupt the traditional TV world, there are complications beyond just those affecting the business model. The move of video to the Net also has caused problems for viewers who need captions. Whether deaf or hard of hearing, or speakers of an obscure language, it’s often difficult for these users to [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Survey: 62 percent can’t recall anything from native ads (Lucia Moses / Digiday) 2. Netflix researching ‘large-scale peer-to-peer technology’ for streaming (Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica) 3. At Newfronts, New York Times pitches its video strategy refresh to buyers (Joe Pompeo / Capital New York) 4. News Corp introduces cross-title membership and reward scheme [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Russia orders bloggers to ‘register’; outlaws anonymous blogging (Glyn Moody / Techdirt) 2. Comcast says Netflix slowed down its own streams (Peter Kafka / Re/code) 3. Facebook partners with Storyful to launch FB Newswire, a news feed for journalists on Facebook and Twitter (Andy Mitchell / Facebook) 4 Journalists’ sources are no longer safe [...] more »

by Fannie Cohen

This week, the Supreme Court began hearings to determine if Aereo’s broadcast-TV-time-shifting model is legal. Aereo is an antenna middle man for consumers, who can rent an unobstructed TV antenna that beams the content back to any of their devices as live-streamed TV, or saves it for watching later. It’s both a guaranteed good signal and [...] more »