Tag: web tv

by Julie Keck

1. HBO Go launches on PlayStation 3 (Todd Spangler / Variety) 2. New York Times to add ‘new products’ for digital subscribers (Rachel Bartlett / Journalism.co.uk) 3. Slate’s good strategy for correcting errors on Twitter, elsewhere (Craig Silverman / Poynter) 4. Disney opens the door for web TV — as long as it looks like [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Yahoo’s sleek News Digest app swims against the stream (Casey Newton / The Verge) 2. Sony doesn’t have the deals it needs for web TV – but that’s not the real problem (Peter Kafka / Re/code) 3. San Francisco Chronicle to put all reporters through social media boot camp (Chris Taylor / Mashable) 4. [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Just six months after being acquired, Twitter’s Vine hits top free spot on Apple’s app store (TechCrunch) 2. Frank Rich on the state of journalism (New York Magazine) 3. News Corp. threatens to pull Fox off the airwaves if Aereo wins (AllThingsD) 4. Hope that the IRS will reconsider outdated media rules (Knight Foundation) [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. The problem with Twitter (Washington Post) 2. Web television company Aereo wins major court battle against TV networks (The Verge) 3. Reselling digital goods is copyright infringement, judge rules (Wired) 4. The simple reason Goodreads is so valuable for Amazon (The Atlantic) 5. Henry Blodget says Business Insider is growing but it’s still losing [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Youth flock to mobile messaging apps, may be a threat to Facebook (Reuters) 2. Columbia’s new journalism dean looks ahead in the digital era (NYT) 3. TV service providers held talks with web TV company Aereo (AllThingsD) 4. Soon your media will know you better than you know yourself (PaidContent.org) 5. Guardian Goggles: Because [...] more »

by Dorian Benkoil

The days of skateboarding dogs holding sway on the web may be numbered. Technology companies and advertisers are professing their belief in the value of professionally produced original content. Portals and platforms like YouTube, AOL, MSN and Yahoo — once known for aggregating and optimizing video produced by others — are spending millions of dollars [...] more »