by Charlie Nooney There are more than 84 million paid TV subscribers in the U.S. today, according to Multimedia Research Group. That said, is it safe to assume that all of these cable and satellite customers are happy with their service? Most likely not. In fact, a report from Experian Marketing Services reveals that about 6.5 percent of American households have already cut the cable cord today, up from 4.5 percent in 2010. That’s about

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TVNewsCheck, Tech Spotlight By Phil Kurz Verizon’s new offering in development, LTE Multicast, will use broadcasting’s one-to-many model to deliver video to mobile devices. Although the service is still a long way off, broadcasters see it as a threat and are responding in part by pushing forward with the development of a next-generation broadcasting system through the Advanced Television Systems Committee. Verizon has begun to demo a new approach to delivering video over its vast

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Lost Remote By Adam Flomenbaum Last week, MobiTV – one of the leading TV Everywhere companies – released a new infographic study highlighting the streaming habits of sports fans. With the NBA in the midst of its conference finals, California Chrome chasing a triple crown, and the Indianapolis 500 and FIFA World Cup just around the corner, sports streaming is currently at an all-time high. MobiTV’s consumer survey reveals some interesting streaming habits of today’s

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Leading TV Everywhere provider leverages Elemental software to customize video for any device Las Vegas, Nevada – 2014 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show – April 7, 2014 – Elemental Technologies, the leading supplier of software-defined video solutions for multiscreen content delivery, today announced that MobiTV, a global leader in enabling delivery of live and on-demand TV Everywhere, is using Elemental video processing solutions to support its cloud-based video delivery platform. MobiTV is using Elemental®

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Taps Elemental For Live And On Demand Video Processing By: George Winslow Las Vegas — In its NAB press conference here, Elemental Technologies highlighted the traction it was getting in the market by providing a long list of major customers and outlined its vision of the future based on software defined video encoding. In one major customer announcement, Elemental noted that MobiTV, a major provider of services for the delivery of live and on-demand TV

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CIO Review By Charlie Nooney, CEO, Mobi TV Today’s media landscape is extremely dynamic and is changing more than we’ve ever seen before. The big catalyst is the explosive growth in mobile, which has triggered a revolution in the TV space. Where TV was once locked in the living room, it’s now truly versatile–as it should be in a converged world–offering a more personal, relevant, and engaging user experience. “TV audiences understand that TV no

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By RBR-TVBR The television industry is experiencing more consolidation than ever. Recently, Yahoo shut down IntoNow and Viggle bought Dijit, both taking place on the heels of blooming TV partnerships such as the collaboration between Comcast, NBCUniversal and Twitter. The important thing to note about all of this consolidation is that each of these moves―and more―are in some way related to the concept of second screening and the overarching social TV phenomenon. Companies are still

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March 18, 2014 11:26am ACC announces partnership with MobiTV that could help it reach viewers using connected TVs Less than three weeks after Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) announced that it would join Roku in distributing 15 college networks from ESPN through over-the-top devices, the tech giant launched a network from the Atlantic Coast Conference on its Apple TV set-tops. ACC Sports isn’t yet delivering live NCAA basketball games. Instead, ACC said Monday that the network will

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Wall Street Journal Digits By Shira Ovide Most big Silicon Valley companies remained mum after the Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal was announced, despite the fact that many of them rely on cable companies and others to deliver broadband service to homes. But some venture capitalists and other high-tech executives weighed in. Some of them fretted about the possibility that a bulked-up Comcast could gain additional leverage it could use to hobble competing digital video services

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Emeryville, Calif.—January 2, 2014—MobiTV, a global leader in enabling the delivery of live and on-demand TV everywhere, announced today that Chief Strategy Officer Rick Herman will speak on the intersection of content, social interaction and video platforms at the Digital Hollywood conference at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Digital Hollywood is considered one of the leading entertainment and technology trade conferences in the country, drawing more than 15,000 top executives in the film,

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