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Are the cable TV walls about to crumble?

In recent days media has been consumed by one Edward Snowden who revealed a Skynet-type infrastructure called Prism that the government is running. At the same time it appears as if traditional cable TV business is gearing up for a Game of Thrones-style war with many “kingdoms” that include Intel, Aereo, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, YouTube and more. Are the cable TV walls about to crumble? Read more

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How Never.no’s creating social TV advertising

Back in November, Never.No launched a social TV ad platform to reach multiple screens. Now they’re proving that what they’ve created can work. “We’re creating social TV advertising – it’s that simple and that powerful,” the company told Lost Remote. We spoke with Never.No’s VP of the EMEA region Scott Davies about their ad with Intel and more. Read more

Think Like Zuck: How TV execs can learn from Ekaterina Walter’s bestselling book

Passion, purpose, people, product, and partnerships. Mark Zuckerberg embodied and employed these five “P’s” to help build Facebook. In amazing detail, Ekaterina Walter – a social media innovator at Intel that has been instrumental in making the company truly social – expounds on these traits in examining the rise of Zuckerberg and Facebook in her book ‘Think Like Zuck: The Five Business Secrets of Facebook’s Improbably Brilliant CEO’. Read more

Intel plans to detect who's watching TV with facial recognition

Intel has created a set-top box that uses facial recognition technology to distinguish who's watching -- and potentially serve targeted advertising accordingly, Reuters reports. The box would not identify people specifically, but their gender and whether they're adults or children, according to Reuters. It's all part of Intel's apparent plans to create its own over-the-top subscription TV service and break into the living room...

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