I love television. Coming home, flopping on the sofa and getting into a few episodes of True Detective feels really good. And being in the midst of the oft-discussed Golden Age of Television means there’s never a shortage of great stuff to watch. But thanks to smart technology, near ubiquitous Wi-Fi, and social networking apps, what […]
When it comes to watching TV, I am definitely “The Multi-Tasker.” I can’t live without my iPhone while watching TV. I’m either reading the Twitter conversation while watching Breaking Bad, Google-ing the “millionaires” on Millionaire Matchmaker (and realizing they aren’t really millionaires), or seeing what my Facebook friends say during my college football team’s game. […]
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! March Madness is arguably the single most fan-centric, participatory, interactive, and multiple-screen-encouraging sports event out there. Through a partnership between CBS and Turner’s TNT, TBS, and TruTV, fans have access to all 67 games of NCAA March Madness 2013. The best part is, they can watch on […]
Second screens are taking over our living rooms, changing our TV experience, and revolutionizing how we engage with content. So this week’s #broaddata jumps into the numbers and checks to see if there’s any serious statistical support for these new TV viewing trends. Are TVs and iPads really a perfect pair?
Canalys reported last week that over 1/3 of all PCs delivered in 2012 were Tablet computers. Of those, about half were Apple tablets – either an iPad or an iPad mini. Let that sink in for a moment. From a market and business perspective, this is staggering. But more importantly (and far more interestingly) this is […]