MONACO — TV Links, a video directory which indexes and curates over 2000 video programming sources, is growing by 20 percent month-to-month and now has 50 million monthly users, says Adrian Constantin, CEO of Interakt Media, the parent company of TV Links.
MONACO – Recommendation engine The Filter is aiming to capture a slice of the burgeoning entertainment discovery service market via deals with telcos, mobile providers, cable operators and programmers to improve engagement with content, said Rhett Ryder, Chief Operating Officer of The Filter, in a recent interview with Beet.TV.
Audience-targeting video syndicator AlphaBird will be expanding its brand and its offerings this quarter, driven by two recent acquisitions, the company's CEO Chase Norlin said in an interview with Beet.TV.
MSNBC.com has maintained high completion rates for its video ads with the new ASq format compared to before, said Mark Marvel with Beet.TV.
MONACO — The emerging opportunities around video recommendation, syndication, advertising and new platforms for distribution were among the topics discussed at the Monaco Media Forum on November 10th by this outstanding group of industry leaders.
MONACO — AnyClip, a company that creates rich metadata around premium content, has signed a licensing agreement with Warner Brothers, the company announced earlier this month.
With 12 new shows and eight more in development, Reuters is making a significant commitment to television programming for the Web and is finding traction with advertisers, says Riley McDonough, SVP and General Manager of Thomson Reuters, in this interview with Beet.TV.
MONACO — EPIX, the premium entertainment service available on television, on- demand, online and on consumer electronic devices, will be available next month on the Microsoft Xbox and the Apple iPad, says Emil Rensing, Chief Digital Officer, in this interview with Beet.TV.
MONACO — In the wake of the Arab Spring and the loosening of the grip of state-controlled media, new content creators are emerging in the Middle East.
In a big crossover of a Web original to cable television programming, the "Annoying Orange" will be appearing on the Cartoon Network, according to a report in The New York Times.