Posts Tagged ‘Internet TV’

November 10 2010
by Scott Johnson

Appointment Viewing

Someone who’s opinion I highly respect posited to me that appointment viewing of video, except for live sports, was on its way to zero; that all pre-recorded TV would be consumed on demand.  I disagree, and I say why below, but this got me thinking about how we will consume different types of video content […]

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February 26 2010
by Scott Johnson

Speculating on Apple’s “Big Bold Moves”

Apple said yesterday in its shareholder meeting that it is not going to dividend any of its cash.  Rather, Steve is planning some “Big, Bold Moves” for the $40 billion mountain of green he sits atop.  He either said this because he needs good World Cup tickets from investment bankers, or he is actually planning […]

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January 11 2010
by Thanasis Delistathis

Themes from this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES)

I had a chance to walk the floor of CES in the past few days and thought I would share what stood out for me.  This of course is not meant in any way as a conclusive list and there has been plenty of coverage in the press about all things interesting.  My summary is […]

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December 22 2009
by Thanasis Delistathis

The changing landscape of internet TV

I have argued in a past blog entry that getting your TV through the internet is inevitable.  The big question is “how will it unfold”?  Who is likely to lead this revolution? In numerous blogs and articles, it appears likely that Apple is trying to play a role.  Here is an article from today’s Wall […]

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