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March 20, 2013 9:29 PM

Where Content Goes To Die tagged “Dvr”

Who amongst us is able to consume all of the content that we save? Long before RSS feeds, Twitter, Facebook and more, I was a heavy subscriber to email e-newsletters (in fact, I still am). But I no longer have... Read more

By Mitch Joel


February 25, 201310:30 AM

Are Consumers Smart Enough For Smart TV? tagged “Dvr”

Smart TV growth is about to explode. That's the news out of MediaPost yesterday according to the article: Smart TV Growth Is Set To Explode. But, the bigger question is this: are consumers ready and knowledgeable enough to make this... Read more

By Mitch Joel


September 22, 2012 7:51 AM

The Tune-Up Of TV tagged “Dvr”

How do you define TV? Before a recent flight, I downloaded the BBC television series, Sherlock, from the UK. I bought the series on iTunes. I watched the series on my iPad. There were no commercials. It didn't happen on... Read more

By Mitch Joel

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February 15, 2012 4:05 PM

As Seen On TV - Media Hacking The Tube tagged “Dvr”

How much disruption will the television industry face? New Media pundits made a big mistake when betting against television. Sure, the Internet has put the pain on media platforms like newspapers, magazines and radio, but television is still going strong.... Read more

By Mitch Joel


October 18, 2011 9:22 AM

The Shift To TV Everywhere tagged “Dvr”

Television has always been based on two pillars: Destination. From "Must See TV" to your favorite sitcoms on Thursday night, you could always tell what the conversation around the water-cooler was going to be based on the schedule set forth... Read more

By Mitch Joel


March 19, 2011 8:48 PM

TV Everywhere tagged “Dvr”

If screens become ubiquitous at every turn, does this change TV and what it means to our society? We're no longer talking about PVRs and the ability for people to zap through the commercials (which is a bigger deal than... Read more

By Mitch Joel


September 22, 201010:23 PM

You Do This More Than Sleeping And Working tagged “Dvr”

People spend more than half of their day consuming media. Making a statement like that should make you look at this Blog post with your head titled sideways and your eyebrows raised - the way a dog looks when you... Read more

By Mitch Joel


July 8, 201011:19 AM

Television At The Crossroads tagged “Dvr”

Did you hear? The future of television is... wait for it... 3D! While everybody is busy running over to their favorite consumer electronics store to pick up a 3-D television (btw, is it just me or do those glasses make... Read more

By Mitch Joel


April 4, 2010 1:54 PM

The Pending Digital Disruption tagged “Dvr”

How many times a week do you hear someone say, "it's a shame what happened to the music industry?" or, "can you believe what the newspaper industry is going through?" People say that (and we're not talking about stupid people... Read more

By Mitch Joel


November 21, 2009 1:58 PM

Video Games Are The Newest Cable Channels tagged “Dvr”

Trying to understand the real size and scope of the television viewing audience is near-impossible. Even with all of the new monitoring systems, it's hard to really figure out who is watching what (and how much attention they're paying to... Read more

By Mitch Joel


November 13, 200910:56 PM

How To Avoid Bad Television tagged “Dvr”

One of the best (and easiest) ways to avoid bad television, is to watch good television online. Yes, there is plenty of good television. And - just like the Internet - you have dig around and scratch beneath the surface... Read more

By Mitch Joel


December 11, 200810:07 PM

Bad TV tagged “Dvr”

How long does it take for you to find something good on TV? You could spend more hours just watching other people click on the remote, navigate the on-screen menu and stumble through hundreds of channels before finding something decent... Read more

By Mitch Joel


November 25, 2008 3:50 PM

TV Viewing Is Down As Internet Usage Continues To Rise? Not Exactly tagged “Dvr”

TV viewing is the highest it has ever been. The average American watches about 142 hours of TV a month with an average of 8 hours and 18 minutes per day - a record high since Nielsen begun measuring television... Read more

By Mitch Joel


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