Global study on relationship between kids, youth and digital technology

Some of the findings from the largest-ever global study undertaken by MTV and Nickelodeon, in association with Microsoft Digital Advertising Solutions, into how kids and young people interact with digital technology provide an interesting insight.

Telcos threat to traditional broadcasters

According to research undertaken by iSuppli in the US, global telcos want to become Multiple Service Operators (MSOs), offering television programming like cable providers do and they pose a competitive threat to the incumbent players with their new video services.

Cost for broadband

A new study by The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) reveals that overally broadband has become faster and cheaper, especially in countries where there are a large number of cable and DSL providers.

2007 Annual Mobile Marketing Association Global Awards

Nominations opened today for the prestigious 2007 Mobile Marketing Association Global Awards, the leading awards showcase for the mobile marketing and media industry.

Doccy makers and mobile TV

In a panel discussion held at the Johannesburg leg of the Encounters South African International Documentary Film Festival on 18 July, documentary filmmakers were encouraged by Emma Kaye, CEO Gate 7 New Media, to produce and distribute films on cell phones.

EC backs Nokia broadcast TV standard

The European Commission (EC) announced on Wednesday 18 July, its backing of Nokia’s DVB-H mobile broadcast TV standard.

Mobile suite to launch at IBC

Associated Press will introduce the ENPS Mobile Suite to the European market at IBC 2007 in Amsterdam this September.

Unilever’s Caress is branded with online novela

The Spanish novella genre always includes a secret crime, at least one character suffering from amnesia, and a beautiful heroine torn between a conniving boyfriend and his mysterious rival.

New digital technology not a priority with BBC viewers

What broadcasters think is important to viewers often isn’t as was revealed in a recent survey conducted by the BBC.

MySpace launches Sony minisodes

The Minisode Network on MySpace Video, launched this week and featured 3- to 5-minute episodes culled from classic Sony Pictures Television shows like Charlie’s Angels and Fantasy Island.
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