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Emmy Awards 2015: And the Nominees Should Be … (Part 1)
The process of determining this year’s Emmy nominees has begun, and we won’t know the results until the official announcement on July 16 from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
The New Normal for Online Shopping
What would you do to get a great deal online? Turns out that it's quite a lot, especially if you're a Millennial.
Dear Media: We Hoaxed You! Love, Taylor Swift and Apple Music
Was the Taylor Swift / Apple Music dust up nothing more than a premeditated hoax?
OTT w/ TiVo! Can Wi-Fi Trump Cellular?
Oh, Roamio, wherefore art thou? That’s something more cable operators (MSOs) as well as other internet service providers (ISPs) might be asking TiVo CEO Tom Rogers about. TiVo’s Roamio OTA is a set-top-box that acts as a digital video recorder for off-the-air broadcast stations. Rogers goes a lot further than just telling MSOs they can dodge retransmission fees: He suggests cable just get out of the video business and cede “TV” to over-the-top players. (Or, just go national OTT with current and/or altered bundles; can’t tell me the major MSOs haven’t run business scenarios to do just that.)
TED Women 2015: A Man's Eye-View
This year's TED Women Conference was my 20th TED and my first TED Women, where I was one of a handful of male attendees.
Stuart Elliott: When the News Makes News
The Brian Williams story continues, and with it, ever more to ponder.
"TREotM": The Seventies (with Coax)
Chapter 10, Part 5
Who Controls the Digital Eco-System?
Ever since the first man clicked on the first ever online ad, and the first blogger penned the first essay on all that’s wrong with everything digital, one question has under-pinned much of the discussion and debate. Who’s in charge?
The "Polbuzz" is Building: PBS’ "Poldark" is a Summer Sensation
A best in show has emerged from television’s busiest summer ever. The distinction may strike some as improbable during the season in which popcorn entertainment generally rules. This fine program has nothing to do with aliens, zombies, cops or killers. It is a first-class remake of a historical drama from the Seventies that probably sounds like a snooze. And while such declarations are generally a matter of individual taste, from where I sit it’s more entertaining than anything else on broadcast, cable or stream right now.
ARF Rocks Research World with Measurement Mandate
This year’s ARF Audience Measurement Conference, a top research-oriented conference, focused two of its 2 ½ days on the challenges in cross platform measurement. Cross platform continues to be a major initiative of an industry that has historically focused predominantly on television. But the days of linear TV dominating the discussion and the historical buying and selling of spots and dots is just about over.
Sold-Out ARF Conference Incites Industry Action
“Who sells out a research conference?” asked Advertising Research Foundation (ARF) CEO and President Gayle Fuguitt to the, yes, sold-out audience at the Foundation’s recent Audience Measurement Conference held at the sleek Conrad Hotel in Manhattan’s Battery Park City.
Data, Data Everywhere in the Upfront: An Overview -- Part 5
This is the fifth and final part of a series examining the new data initiatives of major data companies. Parts 1 through 4 outlined the many data initiatives, their scalability, whether their services were gaining traction in the industry and the issue of a standard metric to link systems and platforms. Here, I ask about the role of research in the Era of Data. Is its role changing? Is there a future for research as we know it?
CARPE DIEM: Advertising and the Media
Published on Apr 13, 2015
Broadcast Milestone: A Summer Stunner
It’s the first week of summer, and didja notice? Something rather remarkable happened last night. CBS, NBC and ABC offered three hours of original series programming. Further, Fox’s two hours were filled with original shows and one-half of The CW’s two-hour primetime block was occupied by a brand new episode of a long-running series.
Hard Truths from Universal McCann’s David Cohen
When a senior advertising executive who handles money matters appears at an industry event and speaks his mind in a public forum, as Universal McCann Chief Investment Officer David Cohen did at last week's Online Video Advertising Summit here in New York, everyone should pay attention.