Posts Tagged ‘cable‘

TV is increasingly for old people

The median age of a broadcast or cable television viewer during the 2013-2014 TV season was 44.4 years old, a 6 percent increase in age from four years earlier. The majority of TV-watchers may be over 40-years-old, but with a confused ratings system, how do we

If Cable Is Dying, Why Is It Still Making So Much Money?

Link: If Cable Is Dying, Why Is It Still Making So Much Money? But the cable companies aren’t exclusively in the business of selling TV. They’re really in the business of communications infrastructure, which is TV, phone, and Internet. The Internet business in particular has

Cutting the cord and saving a bundle – John Dvorak comments

Link: Cutting the cord and saving a bundle – John Dvorak comments People often forgot why they went to cable TV in the first place. Initially the cable system was called a “community antenna” designed to give people great reception. The newer all-digital reception is

EuroSummit’11: Curation will beat distribution

CTAM EuroSummit ’11. The curation of content is needed if audiences are to be able to cut through the noise of social media, according to the futurologist Gerd Leonhard. In a presentation at the annual cable marketing conference, held this year in Malta, Leonhard said

The Future is Wireless – Enjoy the Weekend!