Posts for 'Cable Show'

  • For the Cable Industry, Online Video's Top 3 Opportunities and Challenges

    I've often said that there is no single industry more impacted - one way or another - by the rise of online video than the cable TV industry, including both operators (e.g. Comcast, Time Warner Cable, etc.) and programmers (e.g. Disney, Viacom, etc.). While some see massive disruption ahead for cable, in the form of rampant cord-cutting, others see an industry that has covered all the angles and is well-positioned for ongoing success regardless of which way consumer and technology winds blow.

    What is for sure is that cable is in the middle of the action in every possible way when it comes to online video - from providing broadband service to tens of millions of viewers that enables online video consumption, to deriving billions of dollars of multichannel subscription fees that many OTT companies are so eager to disrupt, to supplying the popular programs that have powered the rise of services like Netflix.

    This week, as the industry gathers for its annual Cable Show, here is my perspective on the industry's top 3 opportunities and challenges due to the rise of online video:

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  • VideoNuze Report Podcast #100 - Cable Show Review - June 17, 2011

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  • VideoNuze Report Podcast #61 - May 14, 2010

    Daisy Whitney and I are pleased to present the 61st edition of the VideoNuze Report podcast, for May 14, 2010.

    In today's podcast Daisy and I share observations from the Cable Show in LA, where we both were this week. Daisy reports on a panel she moderated that focused on social media and how companies need to develop policies to make sure all company representatives work consistently. We also talk about 3D, TV Everywhere and the new Comcast iPad prototype app I wrote about yesterday, and what it might signal for the cable industry going forward. Listen in to learn more.

    Click here to listen to the podcast (14 minutes, 28 seconds)

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