Category Archives: Internet television

What Cable TV companies can do with triple play subscriptions will freak you out

While we wait for the Comcast/Time Warner deal to happen (or not) the ongoing discussion as to the future of ‘cable TV’ providers (a misnomer to be sure) presents marketers with some interesting opportunities. The advent of ‘triple play’ options … Continue reading

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Binge watching makes me wonder how people find time to watch all these great shows

The blurb from http://www.gawker.com asks the following question –  Did you watch all of the second season of Netflix’s House of Cards this weekend? Good. So did I. Let’s talk. Spoilers ahead.  I’ve not watched House of Cards yet.  Don’t get … Continue reading

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Google Chromecast – a wicked right cross to the cable TV industry or a patsy?

When I saw the news last week announcing Google Chromecast’s new plug in wi-fi device the first thing I thought was ‘Could a $35 device really hurt the cable TV industry?’.   Reading @jeffjarvis excellent post http://buzzmachine.com/2013/07/24/googles-tv/  from last week apparently … Continue reading

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