WEB TAKES MESSAGE FAR AND WIDE
- Yesterday, today and beyond. Sassos, Thomas P. // Advertising Age;4/10/2000, Vol. 71 Issue 15, ps30
The article discusses the progress of cable television broadcasting in the U.S. The author believes that the future of cable television is closely tied to the Internet. He also predicts that there will be more old-fashioned television programming in the future used as a means to push people to...
- Using the Internet to Drive Viewership. Whitney, Daisy // Television Week;9/15/2003, Vol. 22 Issue 37, p13
Reports on the launch by U.S. television station WBRZ-TV of the Web site 2theadvocate.com, as of September 2003. Objectives behind the effort; Discussion on convergence in local television business; Background information on the television station.
- Discours en sÃ©rie. Les relectures des publics de sÃ©ries policiÃ¨res rediffusÃ©es sur les sites web des chaÃ®nes tÃ©lÃ©visÃ©es : de l'adaptation Ã l'autonomie. LACROIX, Céline MASONI // ESSACHESS;2011, Vol. 4 Issue 1(7), p163
Comments posted on french television websites about police series were studied in their discursive function in order to question the continental dichotomy between popular and scholar culture. Rereading produces, creates cultural practices. This article aims at opening a space for discourse, a...
- Internet TV: One pipe to carry them all. Fox, David // TVB Europe;Feb2002, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p18
Focuses on the adoption of Internet television in Europe. Demand in cable broadband connections; Integration of television broadcasting and Internet protocol platforms; Application of MPEG-compressed television.
- Online was never a rival to TV so let's get them united. Pearse, Justin // New Media Age;8/26/2010, p02
The author comments on the alleged rivalry between Internet television (TV) and conventional TV.
- ASK PROFESSOR PHIL. Hippensteel, Phil // AV Technology;Dec2014, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p10
The article provides an answer to a question on a struggle or problem in implementing Internet Protocol television (IPTV) wherein he encountered the issue of excessive broadcasting. INSET: Contemporary Research Ships Tuner.
- 333.2 million. // Broadcasting & Cable;5/25/2015, Vol. 145 Issue 20, p12
The article cites that 333.2 million subscribes to over-the-top video services worldwide.
- Mogulus. Burr, Pat LeMay // TechEdge;Spring2009, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p15
The article features the free beta site Mogulus accessed at http://www.mogulus.com. It notes that Mogulus provides a no-cost television broadcasting solution to the lack of continuity of theme or content for files uploaded by students. It adds that a class is enabled to develop and run its own...
- YouTube, E! link for 'Cyber' content. FRITZ, BEH; MARTIN, DENISE // Daily Variety;3/29/2006, Vol. 290 Issue 64, p8
The article reports on video Web site YouTube's signing of a its first partnership deal with E! for a contest featuring user-generated content. The network will recruit content for its "CyberSmack!" segment. Entries can be uploaded by YouTube users via YouTube and also watch "CyberSmack!" videos...