Daily Archive: April 8, 2011

Apr 08

Digital video ad spend to climb by 22% in next 12 months

Tweet A new study from the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) has revealed that the majority of marketers and agencies surveyed plan to increase digital video advertising spend over the next twelve months. Read more: Digital video ad spend to climb by 22% in next 12 months | News | Rapid TV News http://www.rapidtvnews.com/index.php/2011040511366/digital-video-ad-spend-to-climb-by-22-in-next-12-months.html#ixzz1Ityga04n ?

Apr 08

Hulu hoops half-billion dollars in revenue

Tweet Online TV darling Hulu.com is on track for—wait for it—a staggering half-billion dollars in revenue in 2011. That’s compared to a mere $263 million in revenue for all of 2010. Not too shabby for a company  that is only three years old.   Read more: Hulu hoops half-billion dollars in revenue | News | …

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Apr 08

Turner turns to Next3D to offer stereoscopic 3D

Tweet Despite the current glacial pace of development of 3D to date, there seems no shortage of major content owners wiling to invest more in an added dimension with Turner Broadcasting the latest to follow suit. Read more: Turner turns to Next3D to offer stereoscopic 3D | News | Rapid TV News http://www.rapidtvnews.com/index.php/2011040611373/turner-turns-to-next3d-to-offer-stereoscopic-3d-live-events.html#ixzz1Itxr0DO6

Apr 08

iConcerts HDTV channel to launch over IPTV in Korea

Tweet Swiss-based Transmedia has finalised a deal with IPTV operator kt (formerly Korea Telecom) to launch its iConcerts HDTV channel for the first time in Korea. This marks the first time the iConcerts HDTV broadcast channel will be available to the Korean public following the approval of its broadcast licence by the KCC (Korea Communications …

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Apr 08

China’s TV business booms

Tweet China is undergoing a broadcast boom, and revenues from the country’s TV and radio business exceeded 210bn yuan (£19.5bn) last year, according to data from media regulator the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT). Read more: China’s TV business booms | News | Rapid TV News http://www.rapidtvnews.com/index.php/2011040611370/chinas-tv-and-radio-business-booms.html#ixzz1ItxE5cT3

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