This will be an interesting partnership. According to the article below one of the key issues is speed to delivering broadcast content online in a reasonable amount of time. And also keen to see how the two or three screen experience plays out.
via GigaOm – Grammy Awards partner with CBS for digital experience.
Having worked in a company with a very flat organisation structure, this article below is extremely interesting. From my own experience, in lieu of having hierarchy, we’ve had to make do with mentoring relationships instead – which has worked to some degree, though as we’ve grown in size I have definitely felt that it might
The one workshop I attended at UX Australia this year was by Andy Budd (@andybudd) from Clearleft – and it was called “Turbo-charge your workshops”. It’s affectionately known as “the workshop on workshopping”.
This was a great mix of discussion and hands on practical facilitation. In the matter of a half a day workshop, Andy
So I read an article on V-Net TV on DIRECTV’s multi-screen home ambitions, and I couldn’t help but get stuck on one line of the article – a quote by DIRECTV’s Senior VP of Engineering, Henry Derovanessian on designing for multiple platforms:
The key to making these blended services work across multiple platforms lies in building a
Next week, the US’s ABC network will announce their latest version of their Sync iPad app – this time for the popular Grey’s Anatomy series. The Sync application is a joint exploration of ABC and Nielsen’s Media Sync platform, which detects and synchronises content using audio watermarks. They’d previously attempted a version of this with
With Google recently acquiring fflick for YouTube, a service that provides movie recommendations based upon other user’s Twitter feeds, I thought it timely to take a look at the speeding trend towards what is often referred to as “Social TV” – and one aspect in particular that plays a large role: Entertainment check-in and recommendations