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Recent Media Mentions

"TVOT, one of the most forward thinking conferences in our industry, focused on the concept of time for this year’s New York City event. In past years, TVOT has explored how technologies such as VR would change how we use TV, how the rollout of apps and TVE would impact how we access content and how big and small data would impact how we measure everything...."
"Every year, the TV of Tomorrow conference in New York City takes on a topic of importance for the industry. In the past, the event has concentrated on TV Everywhere, data, virtual reality and apps. But as the media ecosystem continues to transform and fragment, this year TVOT focused on time, which is emerging as a valuable commodity regarding the optimal length of an ad, the form of content by platform or how we manage, analyze and gain insights from the firehose of data, among other concerns...."
"While OTT video streaming can beat televisions resolution today, it cannot match the reliability and quality of delivery. Will it ever get there? Yes we can, according to four streaming video experts.At the TV of Tomorrow Show in New York last week, I sat down with a group of video quality experts to discuss how online video providers should approach quality delivery online. It soon became apparent that there are still big challenges with the basics, like video start time, and buffering. This led me to ask the panelist: “Can we ever reach or better traditional televisions reliability and quality of delivery online?”Click above for the entire article...."
"NEW YORK—A debate-style panel featuring executives from NBC, MobiTV and other companies argued the merits of TV Everywhere vs. standalone apps, but agreed that search and discovery is in immediate need of fixing.At the TV of Tomorrow conference, Chris Falkner, senior vice president of Advanced TV at NBC Broadcasting; Virginia Juliano, CEO of Cobblecord; Terri Stevens, CFO at MobiTV; Ashley Swartz, CEO of Furious Corp.; Perry Weinstein, North America general manager at Accedo; and Alan Wolk, senior advisor at MediaLink all seemed to recognize..."