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James Grant Hay

Joost, the struggling video Web site, said Tuesday that it was selling most of the company to the Adconion Media Group, an online advertising and marketing company, for an undisclosed amount. The acquisition ends a long sales process that at one point was thought to involve possible interest from the cable television operators like Time Warner Cable and Comcast.
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MALAYSIAN billionaire and media investor T. Ananda Krishnan has seized an opportunity created by the government's proposed national broadband network, whereby he could challenge traditional media players for Australian television viewers.
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Competition for TV audiences is set to explode next year and it will go much further than pay-TV operators taking on free-to-air broadcasters.
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James Grant Hay

MELBOURNE has been selected as the home for the technology team building the national broadband network.
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James Grant Hay

The Web is increasingly filled with television shows, but finding them can be hard. Clicker, a well-financed startup, believes it can help. On Thursday, the company is rolling out its service, Clicker.com, which it calls a TV Guide for the Web.
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James Grant Hay

It is the standard line for anyone speaking on the convergence of technology, telecoms and media to say content is king. But I think we might be seeing a new king. All hail the platform.
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James Grant Hay

The Branded Content Marketing Association (BCMA) says it has secured cross-industry support for its service to provide a universally accepted measurement tool to all forms of branded content activity.
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James Grant Hay

The battle for viewers is set to heat up as portals and publishers compete for the increasingly fragmented TV audience through Internet TV.
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James Grant Hay

A few years ago, it seemed that everybody was talking about how original video content on the web was the next big thing. Web video had created celebrities such as Amanda Congdon from Rocketboom and Jessica Rose of lonelygirl15, and the ad deals were starting to roll in. Eager to reach the sizable audiences that the most popular videos were commanding, big brands started commissioning original Web series of their own, some of them featuring major Hollywood stars. Branded content, it seemed, was the future of Hollywood.
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James Grant Hay

Bolstered by an investment from Rogers Communications, one of Canada's largest media companies, the budding new-media mogul Michael Eisner is expanding his Web video studio.
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LONDON - The BBC is taking a big step into online drama with a youth-oriented 'EastEnders' spin-off which will target the 'Hollyoaks' demographic and launch in January.
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The Lords communications committee has questioned executive chairman of ITV Michael Grade on the future of the troubled broadcaster.
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James Grant Hay

Australian interactive Web series drama OzGirl has inked a deal with Virgin Australia to be on the seatback screens of all its flights.
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James Grant Hay

A Melbourne-based company has been awarded the contract to roll out the first stage of the National Broadband Network in Tasmania.
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James Grant Hay

Online brand content continues to gain traction and success worldwide, according to this CBNC report, raising questions that must be answered (and measured): What works best when it comes to balancing brand and content How much brand exposure within a video is too much And at what point does the brand lose its utility and become an annoyance to the very audience it is trying to reach
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James Grant Hay

Online brand content continues to gain traction and success worldwide, according to this CBNC report, raising questions that must be answered (and measured): What works best when it comes to balancing brand and content How much brand exposure within a video is too much And at what point does the brand lose its utility and become an annoyance to the very audience it is trying to reach
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James Grant Hay

London, 10 August 2009 - Independent research published today by CNBC, the leading business and financial news channel, proves the value of strategic branded content for advertisers. The research shows that strategic branded content significantly drives advertising recall, message delivery and brand engagement amongst its audience.
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Product placement is to be allowed on British TV shows, in a move expected to be announced next week.
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James Grant Hay

Product placement is to be allowed on British TV shows, in a move expected to be announced next week.
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James Grant Hay

Product placement is to be allowed on British TV shows, in a move expected to be announced next week.
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