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Google announced this week its new live TV service; YouTube TV. Christian Oestlian, Google Product Management Director, said that YouTube TV has been “designed for the YouTube generation – those who want to watch what they want, when they want, how they want without commitments.”
There are some significant holes in YouTube TV services which is why I’m happy to be sticking to my traditional cable TV.
For starters, YouTube TV has little over 40 channels, and these do not include popular channels such as Comedy Central and Nickelodeon. Additionally, there’s no Discovery Channel or TNT or Cartoon Network. YouTube TV actually offers significantly less choice than traditional… [Read More]
According to data released last week by Edison Research and Triton Digital, recognition of podcasting has increased. Familiarity with the term podcasting, although remained rather static from 2009 to 2015, has shown more than a twenty percent increase in the past two years. Now, an estimated 168 million Americans, 12 years and up, are familiar with the term.
What is interesting about this, however, is that a huge amount of brands are still not seeing the value in advertising with podcasts, even though a study conducted by comScore, found that two-thirds of listeners have acted on ads they heard in a podcast either by researching a product or service or by actually purchasing something they first heard about in an episode.