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April 16, 2012
Jeremy Toeman, founder of Dijit Media, has written an interesting post over on TechCrunch about five topics on the future of TV that he thinks are plain tired, and should be put to rest.
April 14, 2011
Nick Mendoza writing on the MediaShift site says that there were some notable trends at this year’s South By Southwest (SXSW) conference. The two-screen experience – the rapid emergence of tablets such as the iPad have opened up a new
March 13, 2011
This short video from Mashable features panelists and delegates from the social TV session at SXSWi talking about the future of TV.
October 26, 2010
From the man with the coolest job title in the world comes a great video (recorded in April at MIPTV) looking at the convergence of TV and the internet and what it really means; two becoming one says futurist Gerd
October 21, 2010
Mark Suster has written a super interesting article about the future of TV in the digital world. He says The Future of Television & The Digital Living Room “…is not meant to be a deep dive but rather a framework
September 20, 2010
Programmers. As a filmmaker, they are those mysterious creatures who hold our fates in their hands. An invitation from a film festival programmer can renew your faith. A rejection can fill you with doubt. Their decisions seem so arbitrary when
July 27, 2010
Futurist, Gerd Leonhard – a man with one of the coolest job titles ever – recently spoke about the future of cinema and film at the Imaging the Future Symposium. He’s posted his presentation online. It’s fascinating stuff.
June 8, 2010
With the emergence of the Canada Media Fund and the increasing popularity of the web you’d think traditional TV was on the skids. What’s the future of TV? For the near future, it’s more TV. So says TV producer Steve
May 18, 2010
YouTube just turned five. Online video of five years ago is quite different from what we see today. But where will we be five years into the future? YouTube’s Hunter Walk, writing on the Huffington Post website, thinks the distinction
April 22, 2010
Over the last few years we’ve heard a lot about how the film festival model is changing, broken [insert your preferred word here] and just about everything else. I just read this post over on the Documentary Tech website called