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In today's plugged-in, always-on society, political coverage is necessary 365 days a year, and local broadcasters are practicing what they preach - by holding their elected officials accountable, even after the campaigns are over. …More >
Viewers who opt to watch their favorite programs time-shifted have to deal with an unfortunate side effect - spoliers in social media. That is, until now. One company has a way to time-shift online comments. Meet the latest Internet time machine.
There are many components to consider when developing a well-thought out media plan. In an open letter to media planners, we address perhaps the most basic of considerations: cost.…More >
Veronica Mars took their case directly to their fans - and their "Resurrect Our Show" campaign paid off quickly, thanks to the power of the motivated broadcast viewer.…More >
Daytime may be the place to find soaps, games, and talk. But it’s also the place to find more viewers than you might expect – especially when you look at where they live.…More >
In 1967, legendary TV newsman Walter Cronkite hosted a special which previewed the “Home of the 21st Century.” While some of the ideas came true, others were somewhat off the mark – and there are some things in our present that they never would’ve seen coming. Turn on your second screen and let’s look at what the future used to look like.…More >
We often talk about the ongoing advantages that Broadcast TV has over cable. Instead, we decided to take a look at some very current examples of those advantages. Here are five. …More >
The recent acquisition of Bluefin Labs by Twitter is the latest indication of just how much television is the lifeblood of social media. Twitter just wouldn’t be the same without TV. Now they can see just how much. …More >
YouTube is working on plans to launch a subscription model for users who wish to view certain channels of special content. Sounds like the online service is letting their TV envy get the best of them. So why are they aiming to be a cable network? …More >
Mark Cuban is many things: an entrepreneur, a self-made Internet billionaire, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, and advocate of broadcast television. Here’s why he thinks that television is the most powerful social medium we have. …More >