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New interface for YouTube TV

How YouTube wants to be like TV

YouTube TV works on any screen that has a browser and can be controlled by most mobile devices. Read more about this renewed YouTube experience!
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How YouTube’s Move to Professional Content Alienates Amateurs

YouTube is no longer a website with user generated videos but a database with professional content getting ready to compete with TV's ad dollars.

ZoomTilt Wants to Bring Democracy to Quality Video Entertainment

Can indie TV making change an industry? The TV Reset Project want to connect independent artist with an online audience and create a platform that allows aspiring TV makers to produce a web TV series.
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One Second Screen to Rule Them All: Zeebox Launches in US

One Second Screen to rule them all. Read how the launch of Zeebox will have a big impact on the seconds screen, social statistics and advertising in the US!
Digital Marketing Exhibition and Conference 2012 Cologne Germany DMexco

Stats and figures from DMexco 2012: The use of the Second Screen in Germany

On September 12th the Digital Marketing Exposition and Conference (DMexco) was held in Cologne, Germany. DMexco is an international expo & conference for the digital industry with a focus on online marketing, (re)targeting, tracking, digital content, mobile marketing, and advertising. SmartTV:
Television for Kids with Xbox360 Kinect integration - Kinect Nat Geo Kids

Kinect Nat Geo Kids – Television for Kids with Xbox360 Kinect integration (IBC 2012)

Microsoft and National Geographic worked together to create a new TV experience for kids by integrating Xbox360 Kinect technology with traditional Nat Geo Wild programming resulting in "Kinect Nat Geo TV".

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.