The Appetizer A new study was recently released showing that the majority of people from the latest generation (referred to as Millienials), ranging in ages 14-24, prefer watching television programming over non-traditional platforms such as computers and tablets than standard television sets.
The Appetizer The Mobile Content Venture, a group formed from 12 major media companies, announced that by late 2011, they have promised to start upgrading TV stations in the United States, in order for them to deliver Mobile DTV. Â
The Appetizer Airplay for Apple TV enables the device to implement what media companies are calling “co-viewing”-Â the ability to seamlessly view content over multiple screens.Â Through Airplay, a person can view content on their iPad and/or iPhone, and then seamlessly transfer their viewing to their Apple TV, allowing them to continue their viewing experience […]
The Appetizer Adobe announced a new platform that will aid in one of the steady trends currently taking place in the media industry– multiplatform content distribution.Â Titled Â Air 2.5, the environment enables developers to create apps that are compatible across multiple platforms, including mobile, tablets, computers, and television.Â
The Appetizer GameStop has expressed its interest and willingness to invest into the digital distribution spectrum instead of ignoring it, and thanks to this stance, the videogame retail chain is looking to generate close to a quarter of a billion dollars by the end of 2010 in digital related sales alone.Â