Archive for the ‘iPTV’ Category

Networked television – we’ve only just begun

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010Sang the Carpenters, all those years ago.The next decade will see the continuing transformation of television, with video becoming more personal and democratic as new networks subvert and transcend the broadcast model. Dr William Cooper of the convergent communications consultancy ...

The end of TV as we know it: hyperland

Friday, October 9th, 2009[caption id="attachment_4521" align="aligncenter" width="413" caption="TV the culture hearth of the family home?"][/caption]If found this post over at Russell Davies's gaff online. Russell has such a lovely turn of phrase dontchya think? Although as someone also said to me. 'sometimes Alan ...

Communities Dominate Brands – prescient

Saturday, August 1st, 2009Tim Harrap in a twitter post mentioned a conversation @ Marketing in Australia that identifies Communities Dominate Brands as being – prescient. We have become linked to what is now commonly called Social Media - thought I still prefer the ...

The holy grail of public service broadcasting

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008well some people might think so?Thompson described "the plan" as "potentially the holy grail of future public service broadcasting provision in the UK"The plan Stan is thisThe BBC said its proposals to share its online and digital technology would provide ...

The data flow wars

Thursday, May 1st, 2008Way back in 2003 Tomi and I started working on a project called Communities Dominate Brands - today the very things that wrote about have become - well mainstream. Its a crowded house these days.So - here's another road-sign for ...

Evolution of SMLXL

Friday, March 28th, 2008 In 2002, I founded a company called SMLXL - short for Small Medium Large XtraLarge.Its focus was and still is - how do businesses and organisations meaningfully engage in a commercial or social agenda with their audiences.  We were some ...

New Media and the Creative Industries In the UK

Saturday, December 22nd, 2007The Culture, Media and Sport Committee reportOpening paragraph of summary The pace of change is so rapid that solutions to some of the problems that we sought to address have already begun to emerge. However, at the ...

Full-length TV programs on Internet increasingly popular

Sunday, December 16th, 2007Watching full-length TV program online is increasingly popular, say some studies. Nielsen notes that ABC.com (50 percent), NBC.com (41), CBS.com (37), and Fox.com (24) were the most watched, with other Internet-based alternatives YouTube (17) and iTunes (15) used ...

Its broadcasting but not as we know it. Nordic Broadcasting Summit

Monday, October 22nd, 2007John Ranelagh VP at TV2 Norway, was in touch recently after reading our book and asked me if I would work with him to co-ordinate a day in which we could bring together some very interesting people to look at ...

The age of citizen programming is upon us

Saturday, October 13th, 2007We all know about YouTube ( YouTube the folk culture of the 21st Century - On steroids ), and some of us will know of Current TV ( Democratising TV. The Al Gore way ), some of us will know ...

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