Fresh from telling broadcasters not to fear voluntary auctions, FCC Chairman Genachowski then got the pitch on broadcaster’s mobile TV plans. Chairman Genachowski visits the Dyle booth at NABSHOW 2012.
A personal post about our household’s own recently ended cord-cutting experiment. *** The NY Times ran a piece on cable subscribers cutting the cord in favor of free, over-the-air HDTV as a way to save some money. At our house, we recently ended a similar experiment of 18 months, wherein we went from Comcast for […]
KDDI Research released a report (Japanese-language; PDF download here) I authored on The State of TV in America (English abstract). This is part 1 of 2, and focuses on the traditional broadcast TV and cable industries, and the advent of “three screen viewing”, to paraphrase Nielsen’s term. Part 2 looks forward, and will focus further […]
Quick post with my Rosum hat on. Today Rosum announced (pdf link) the launch of its Alloy chip, which utilizes broadcast TV signals to provide precise frequency, timing and location information for mobile devices and femtocells. Alloy was developed in partnership with Siano Mobile Silicon, which provides Mobile Digital TV receiver chips, for handsets, laptops, […]