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Google to launch its own streaming service Google announced recently that they will be launching their own video streaming service in 2017 to compete with services like Netflix. Reports say that Google is already in talks with Disney, FOX, and CBS to feature their content. This is both good news and bad news for consumers. The good news is that Netflix could use some real competition.
… FCC proposal attempts to free us from the cable box It’s no secret that cable TV is expensive and shows no sign of ever decreasing in price. The cable companies make a big chunk of that money for the rental fee they charge customers for the cable box. The cable box has been a fixture of cable TV since the late 1970s but if the FCC has their way…
… way into other areas, such as out-of-home platforms and even traditional TV, these advances are slow and the implementations cautious. Programmatic ad revenue is predicted to top nearly $15 billion this year, with this growth being spearheaded by programmatic video. Making the switch will put networks in better standing with customers by treating…
… increased by 90 percent over the last two years. Tablets have grown at a respectable pace as well—64 percent—and shouldn’t be forgotten amidst all the mobile hype. Desktop’s 16-percent growth pales in comparison to both, but the platform is still widely used. Overall, it’s apparent that, as people continue to cut cords and traditional media…
Published 1 min ago 25 The Hispanic market, namely the young Hispanic market, has recently taken the cord-cutting theory by storm. Spanish is the second most popular language spoken in the United States and this fact is becoming widely evident in the types of shows that the Hispanic market wants to see.