Online video service SeeSaw has launched a new “NonStop” feature, giving viewers the choice to either watch their programmes free with adverts or pay a small fee to enjoy uninterrupted viewing.
Sky has appointed search marketing and technology firm, Greenlight, to work on search engine optimisation (SEO) campaigns across its range of products and services.
Sony has launched its video-on-demand service Qriocity in Europe, making its catalogue of movies available via its internet connected TVs, but not its popular PS3 console.
As Facebook launches its ‘social inbox’, marketing technology specialist, E-Village reminds email marketers that email marketing and social media both have a place in the marketing mix.
Online video site SeeSaw has launched a new ad tool Ad Selector, that lets users choose which video ad they want to watch prior to streaming programmes.
User-generated local review site Qype has raised 3.5 million euros from Vodafone Ventures and a further 3.0 million euros from its existing three investors, Advent Venture Partners, Partech International and Wellington Partners.
In a speech this week, Ed Vaizey, minister for Culture, Communications, and Creative Industries, set out the government’s vision on ‘Net Neutrality’. He outlined three principles: openness, transparency and freedom to invest and innovate. Thinkbroadband takes a closer look at the prospect of a two-tier internet.
175 million U.S. Internet users watched online video content in October for an average of 15.1 hours per viewer, according to new data.
The new site created by Cyber-Duck for the European Commission in the UK will help the 83% of Britons who know little or nothing about the EU.
Location-based services are going to be increasingly important during the festive season, with Wi-Fi hotspots becoming vital, according to new Us and UK research from JiWire.