One of the most popular dramas on TV right now is Downton Abbey, the British show that has reinvigorated the possibilities of a period piece. We’ve covered the success this show has had both in the U.S. airing on PBS and across 100 countries where the show has been purchased to air. The third season of the show, taking place post World War I in the roaring 20s, just aired its sixth episode in the UK this Sunday. How can viewers in the U.S. and outside of the UK expect to wait to watch the new season? For over a decade TV fans around the world have been accessing their favorite TV content as they choose. Now, with a global social web it’s no longer acceptable to let the current business models destroy TV for fans. Here are the problems facing the global TV market. Read more
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Learn how to shoot, edit, and encode online video! Starting October 4, write video scripts and story outlines, shoot and edit film, and broadcast your work on video-sharing sites like YouTube and Vimeo. Students will get hands-on experience with a Canon HDV camera and Final Cut in this course. Register now!
This year's NAB has become the platform for innovation for social TV analytics. "The WASP Europe" a London-based company, that also owns and manages Belgium-based "The Application Store," has just launched StatsForce.TV. CTO and Owner Serge Billiouw described the new product to Lost Remote as, "Bluefin Labs for Europe." He added that there product is a "social TV analysis, but for every TV Channel in Europe, taking into account the local language, culture, TV Channels, networks." We spoke with Billiouw and CEO Vincent Parisis about their company's growth and the state of social TV in Europe and the unique perspective their company has.