The Channel Guide is Dead. Move on Already.

If I have to scroll through another channel guide, or search using an archaic user interface one more time.!.  I will just use my web streaming service instead.  At least the web, video streaming apps have started to innovate how the consumers click through to get their content. TV channel bundled providers (Cable Cos., AT&T, Verizon, etc.)  typically display ‘what’s on?’ in […]

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Video Streaming Services Roadmap for Content Suppliers, and Enhanced Portals

Approved and Reviewed for Relevancy June 12th, 2017 Netflix and Amazon Prime Movies use a scrolling carousel for their users to browse through their movies.  For Television series, web streaming services use a generic, series specific, image to articulate the whole series.  Movies simply show the cover of the movie box with options such as […]

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Key to Success for Content Providers Offering Stand-Alone Web Subscription Services

CBS to Offer Stand-Alone Web Subscription Service – NYTimes.com. The distribution channel must provide unique content through their channel or they run the risk of being a commodity rights owner that is only providing archived content. Amazon brought it home for me when they hosted a single pilot produced by a partner production group. If the […]

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