Category: Future TV

SXSW Content: OVEE, a case study of social video consumption

Today’s SXSW session “Lean Forward and Back: Social Video Can Have It All” explored how great technology and UX can engage audiences with online video as a social experience using the case study of OVEE, the social screening platform created by the Independent Television Service.  The Online Video Engagement Experience (OVEE) platform was created to present ...

BBC iPlayer: future of TV via online access

The BBC has reported usage figures for its web-TV on-demand iPlayer system in 2012, and they are rather startling: 2.32 billion TV and radio programme requests, and 36.5 billion minutes of BBC content accessed in a record-breaking year.   These figures equates to 70,000 years’ worth of material, making iPlayer a major contender even compared to efforts by ...

Cross-Media Forum – Part 3: Transmedia case studies

The Cross-Media Forum Conference 2012 explores how media organisations and formats are engaging with audiences across multiple platforms. The third session focussed on a series of case studies from BoomGen Studios, the National Film Board of Canada, Potemkino and Egmont Press.  First up was Mahyad Tousi, co-founder and CEO of BoomGen Studios, “an innovative storytelling factory and next-gen global entertainment ...

Cross-Media Forum – Part 2: Paul Tyler and Wayne Fletcher on how to engage transmedia audiences.

The Cross-Media Forum Conference 2012 explores how media organisations and formats are engaging with audiences across multiple platforms. The second session explored how technology is changing the role and expectations of audiences.  Paul Tyler runs creative consultancy Handling Ideas and kicked off the second session by discussed how technology is changing social norms and how we need to respond to that ...

Cross-Media Forum – Part 1: Sean Stewart and Ingrid Kopp

The Cross-Media Forum Conference 2012 explores how media organisations and formats are engaging with audiences across multiple platforms.  The first session heard from Fourth Wall Studio’s Sean Stewart about the democratisation of storytelling and the Tribeca Film Institute’s Ingrid Kopp about hacking culture.  Sean Stewart, the co-founder of Fourth Wall Studios, showed how technological advancements – from theatre to ...

BBC reveals for-profit business plan for Project Barcelona

Today the BBC gives more insights into a for-profit business model for ‘iPlayer 2.0’ Project Barcelona, and reveals changes to the standard terms of trade to include DTO-rights. Back in March I wrote about the out-going BBC Director General Mark Thompson’s pledge to make “a dramatic leap forward in digital capability” with the launch of ...

Nielsen insights into consumer trends in mobile, social and digital in Australia

Today at Media140 DigitalBusiness conference Michael Walton, Executive Director Consumer & Business Intelligence at Nielsen Pacific, revealed some consumer research behind key trends in mobile, social and digital across Australia. Lots of stats but very revealing… Australia has the 5th highest internet use per capita in the world: 81% (14.7m households) have online access, with the average ...

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