Tag Archive: YouTube

Sep 02

Vodafone to bring YouTube to TV sets in HD

Tweet Vodafone will deploy YouTube’s application for the TV that brings user-generated fare to the big screen, in up to 720p HD video quality, with easy navigation and quick access to YouTube search. Vodafone is turning up the feature thanks to the client middleware that it has implemented from Wyplay, which integrates the ‘YouTube on …

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Aug 24

Comscore starts reporting on YouTube channels

Tweet Comscore has started to research viewership on YouTube channels. During the month of July the top rated YouTube channel was Vevo@YouTube with 59,709,000 unique viewers who watched 844,053,000 videos with an average viewing time of 65.8 minutes per viewer. Runner-up of the YouTube channels was Warner Music@YouTube with 31,251,000 unique viewers, who watched 197,090,000 …

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Aug 18

FetchTV Launches Next Generation YouTube Service

Tweet The YouTube on TV application is available to FetchTV customers from 17th of August 2011, and is one of the first IPTV platforms in the world to offer the service. The YouTube interface is optimised so users can watch YouTube videos in full screen on their TV. It delivers up to 720p HD video …

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Aug 17

60% of connected TV owners are active users

Tweet Over 60% of connected TV households in the US use TV apps at least once per week, according to US based research firm In-Stat. “As expected, Netflix and YouTube currently dominate the TV application space,” said Keith Nissen, research director at In-Stat. “But as Netflix competitors become more numerous and as applications are optimised …

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Aug 08

Connected TV users not making use of apps

Tweet Connected TV users are staying pretty close to the fold, according to a new report from Strategy Analytics, with mainstream entertainment services like Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus, Pandora and iPlayer still making up the lion’s share of apps used. It’s up to operators and consumer electronics manufacturers to turn the tide with better navigational …

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