Category Archives: Viewing

Predicting Future TV Viewing Patterns

The rapid evolution and proliferation of screen and internet based technologies has left many in the television industry feeling under siege. I have lost count of the number of media executives who tell me that they hardly ever watch live … Continue reading

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From MTV to Sky Arts: The Long Term Value of EPG Prominence

Sky’s recent appeal against DMOL’s proposed Freeview EPG reshuffle, citing the likely negative impact on Sky News, has again brought the value of EPG prominence under the spotlight. Perhaps even more pertinent is the fact that DMOL’s proposal does not … Continue reading

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High Definition Television: It’s a must have, but is it also a must see?

From bargain brand HD Ready 780p sets, to top of the range Full HD 1080p models, Britain’s love affair with high definition flat screen LCD/LED television sets is plain to see in every high street electronics store, where the old … Continue reading

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