Blockbuster has signed a $290m deal to be brought out of bankruptcy by a group of investors, as the movie rental store struggles to compete with online rivals such as Netflix and LoveFilm.
Amazon has launched its streaming video service for paying Amazon Prime customers in the US.
Large portions of the western and southern US population have no access to wired or fixed broadband, according to new data.
Nokia has unveiled the first concept designs of its Windows 7 Mobile phones, following its tie-up with Microsoft.
Businesses across the globe will increasingly rely on web conferencing instead of traveling to meet face-to-face in a bid to cut costs in the aftermath of the recession, according to a new study.
Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney World this week launch their first major portfolio marketing campaign entitled ‘When Are You Going To Tell Them’, showing the reaction and real emotions by children when they are told they are going to visit a Disney park.
Viewers in Spain displayed the strongest video engagement, averaging 17 hours per viewer during the month of October. Countries ranked by hours of video watched per viewer.
Approximately 85% of home and work Internet users viewed online video during the month of October. Countries ranked bu total unique users.
To promote last year’s blockbuster movie Inception, Warner hired CBS Interactive to run an innovatiove online campaign. This case study highlight how the campaign generated impressive dwell and click-through rates that beat expectations.
Facebook has introduced a new advertising program called Sponsored Stories, which turns user’s actions on the social network, such as ‘likes’ and ‘check-ins’ into ads.