"Verizon Communications plans to offer a digital video recorder that allows its TV customers to watch recorded programs on multiple TVs in any room in the house, the company said Monday."
"Two former show hosts at the defunct cable and satellite channel, Chris Pirillo and Leo Laporte, recently floated the idea of a TechTV Reunion that would let alumni of the popular (to geeks anyway) station post new video clips at a centralized location.
Fox is making its movies and TV shows available for download on Windows devices, with plans to offer content through MySpace and other Fox sites.
Microsoft is announcing new tools that it says will allow people with little technical background to create video games for Windows and the Xbox 360 gaming system. The idea is to bring new blood into the video-game business, which has struggled to retain
Newspapers are starting to hire "news anchors" for video newscasts on their Web sites. But broadcast execs insist that television is superior to newspapers in this arena. Rosemary Danon of Pappas Telecasting says: "We've been doing video longer."
"By attacking The New York Times for reporting secret anti-terrorism measures, the White House has evoked the government-defying glory days of the “paper of record.” But even as the Times builds a soaring $850 million headquarters, its newsroom, its l
"The 25-year-old owner of the New York Observer says his new acquisition is poised to become a "cutting-edge media property." If he doesn't offer an engaging product, he adds, "someone else will."
"...ad revenues at MySpace may top $1 billion as soon as 2010."
"By 2010, traditional TV advertising will be one-third as effective as it was in 1990, according to a study from McKinsey & Co."
"If you need evidence of the relationship between how employees feel about their employer - part of the way of looking at ‘employee engagement' - and the company's financial performance, the Financial Times has a case study feature that illustrates that