comScore’s Fulgoni On Internet-Connected Devices And The Future of Media Research

LAS VEGAS – While running Information Resources Inc. beginning in 1980, Gian Fulgoni had an insider’s view of the consumer research business. With comScore now measuring some 120,000 Internet-connected devices within U.S. households, he sees the future of media research requiring lots of cooperation and less reliance on panels. The company’s technology is now in […]

 

GroupM’s Gotlieb On Smart Cars’ ‘Space Race’ For Apple, Google

LAS VEGAS – In a world where mobile phones are replaced every two years or so, it’s frustrating that vehicles’ longer ownership terms make in-car entertainment systems dead-end and dead old. That’s why many auto makers, often accused of loading their dashes with old technology, are now turning their systems in to future-proof mobile mini-computers, […]

 

zeebox’s Rose: ‘We’re increasing Android development’

LONDON – For zeebox, the free “TV sidekick” app, being available for Android devices has been a longtime desire – and a challenge, says Anthony Rose, co-founder and CTO of zeebox. Beet.TV spoke with him in this video interview in London. Statistics show that there are more Android smartphones than iPhones in the U.S. – […]

 

Ooyala Rolls Out Android Video App

LAS VEGAS – To take advantage of the skyrocketing growth in Android devices, online video technology provider Ooyala recently launched a new video tool tailored for Android, says Sean Knapp, Chief Technology Officer at Ooyala during an interview with Beet.TV at NAB. Hook is a new video app that  brings premium video to Android devices. Hook relies […]

 

Shazam Powers “Second Screen” View of World Series, Presidential Elections Next

The World Series is Shazam-enabled, allowing television viewers in the United States to use their mobile and tablet devices to synch up to their televisions for up-to-the minute news, social buzz, stats and other information about the game, says David Jones, EVP for Marketing for the London-based company.

 

Global Mobile Video Consumption Moving to Android, Ooyala CTO

LONDON — The Android platform will likely be the dominant viewing platform for mobile video in the future, Sean Knapp, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer at online video technology firm Ooyala, says during the recent Beet.TV Global Video Summit at the BBC Worldwide. That's important for developers and programmers to keep in mind, especially given the […]