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Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia

Aereo expands to Atlanta and plans to launch in 20 other cities

A day affter introducing a new pricing structure for its service, Aereo announced it will launch in Atlanta in June. Aereo streams free-to-air channels over the internet offering DVR capabilities to watch OTA TV on demand. Aereo plans to expand across
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The Great Connected Television Debate: Will The Internet Be The End Of Television As We Know It? (IBC 2012)

During the IBC 2012 session 'The Great Connected Television Debate: Will The Internet Be The End Of Television As We Know It? (IBC 2012)' two teams were speaking for and against this will debate whether the emergence of video devices
Nigel Walley from Decipher on The End of Television at IBC 2012

The Great Connected Television Debate: Nigel Walley (Decipher) on The End Of Television As We Know It

A summary of Mr. Walley's perspective during 'The Great Connected Television Debate: Will The Internet Be The End Of Television As We Know It' during IBC 2012.
David Brennan from Media Natives at IBC 2012

The Great Connected Television Debate: David Brennan (Media Native) on The End Of Television As We Know It

A summary of Mr. Brennan's perspective during 'The Great Connected Television Debate: Will The Internet Be The End Of Television As We Know It' during IBC 2012.
Jon Honeycutt from Discovery on The End of Television at IBC 2012

The Great Connected Television Debate: Jon Honeycutt (Discovery) on The End Of Television As We Know It

A summary of Jon Honeycutt's perspective during 'The Great Connected Television Debate: Will The Internet Be The End Of Television As We Know It' during IBC 2012.
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The End of Television at IBC 2012 in Amsterdam

Are you attending IBC 2012 and want to meet up? Contact me at @endoftelevision or send me an e-mail theendoftelevision@gmail.com.
How multiscreen is changing the TV market

How multiscreen is changing the TV market

Television shifts from a single domain to a multi-domain environment and the platform and the market becomes more accessible for multiple players.
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TV Everywhere. Will 2012 be the year of the multiscreen experience?

Multiscreen for consumer markets In 2011 Marty Roberts, VP Sales & Marketing, for thePlatform, argued that TV everywhere is taking over TV.