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Netflix gets first Oscar nomination for documentary ‘The Sqaure’

Netflix has received its first Oscar nomination for the documentary The Square, marking the video streaming site’s continued move towards mainstream adoption.

17/01/2014  |  Full story...

Netflix trials payment tiers for multiple users

Netflix is testing a new pricing model based on the number of people who can operate an account, as the web TV firm looks to expand its appeal to families.

03/01/2014  |  Full story...

Music and video sales boosted by digital

Digital services such as Spotify, Netflix and iTunes have helped increase sales of video and music in the UK, according to new data.

02/01/2014  |  Full story...

Content marketing in 2013- Blurring the lines between advertising and entertainment

YouTube ramps up contextual advertising and paid content to rival success of Netflix, as Google becomes world's largest media owner

iTunes and Google adopt Spotify model, signalling a new era of ad-funded streaming music

Marketers getting smarter with content marketing as analysts predict rise in native advertising in the years to come

17/12/2013  |  Full story...

‘Outdated’ Blockbuster back in administration

Blockbuster UK has gone back into administration and its online service has been suspended, as the owners admit its current business model is ‘outdated’.

12/11/2013  |  Full story...

Sky takes on Netflix with £4.99 on-demand TV subscription

Sky is expanding its Now TV box to include 10 entertainment channels including Sky1 and Sky Atlantic for the first time, putting the service in direct completion with the likes of Netflix and LoveFilm.

30/10/2013  |  Full story...

Netflix wins first Emmy for online-only show

Drama series House of Cards has won an Emmy, becoming the first online-only TV show to do so, as the likes of Netflix and Amazon continue to rival traditional TV companies in producing original content.

Watch a trailer for the show below:

24/09/2013  |  Full story...

Tesco pushes BlinkBox with biggest ever marketing drive

Tesco’s movie and TV streaming service blinkbox is poised to kick off its biggest ever marketing and in-store blitz, highlighting the service’s ‘latest releases’ credentials versus rivals.

19/09/2013  |  Full story...

Netflix monitors piracy sites to decide which shows to buy

Video streaming service Netflix has revealed that it monitors piracy sites to asses the popularity and appeal of the shows it buys.

17/09/2013  |  Full story...

Top 50 online retailers in the UK

Travel retailers have seen the biggest gains online during the summer, but Netflix and ASDA Direct were the fastest risers overall, according to new data looking at the top 50 online retailers in the UK.

22/08/2013  |  Full story...

Sky debuts £10 Now TV on-demand TV box

Sky is launching Now TV, a £10 box that lets users watch on-demand services with a subscription, as the broadcaster looks to take on rivals in the growing web TV market.

29/07/2013  |  Full story...

Google’s Chromecast drops free Netflix deal after ‘overwhelming’ first day demand

Google has been forced to backtrack on offering 3 months free Netflix with its new $35 Chromecast web TV dongle, after huge demand meant the deal would prove too expensive.

26/07/2013  |  Full story...

Google unveils £23 wi-fi TV streaming dongle

Google has launched Chromecast, a low cost competitor to Apple TV that plugs into a TV’s HDMI slot and streams media, controlled via almost any PC or mobile.

Watch this promo video from Google demonstrating how Chromecast works below:

25/07/2013  |  Full story...

Google planning web TV service (again)- report

Google is working on an internet TV service that will compete with the likes of Apple TV and Sony, according to a news report.

17/07/2013  |  Full story...

Top 25 Apple apps of all time (iPad and iPhone)

As Apple's App Store turns five this week, we take a look at the top 25 paid and free apps of all time on the market leading store.

11/07/2013  |  Full story...

Top 100 online retailers in the UK 2013

Amazon, Apple and Argos continue to lead the UK online retail pack, with entertainment brands on the rise, according to the latest data from IMRG and Hitwise looking at the top 100 online retailers in the UK 2013.

24/06/2013  |  Full story...

Top 10 most visited mobile retail sites in the UK

The IMRG-Experian Hitwise Mobile Hot Shops List has revealed the UK’s top 10 mobile retailers by site traffic for the first time, with Amazon UK being as dominant in the mobile traffic space as they are over desktop visits.

21/06/2013  |  Full story...

YouTube takes on Amazon and Netflix with paid TV channels

YouTube is testing paid channels on its website, charging user from $0.99 a month to watch select content such as full Sesame Street episodes or the National Geographic Kids channel.

10/05/2013  |  Full story...

April Fools' day round-up: Top 7 internet pranks

April Fools' day has become a big event on the internet, as the web is flooded with pranks (and companies try to get a bit of free publicity). We've rounded-up some of the best spoofs to hit the web this year- including YouTube 'shutting down', Twitter charging for vowels and Sony's tech for pets.

02/04/2013  |  Full story...

Netflix ‘cultural manifesto’: Unlimited holidays… but zero job security

Netflix has taken the web by storm with its new ‘cultural manifesto’, hailed by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg as "the most important document to ever come out of Silicone Valey".
The slideshow presentation made several radical points, including offering unlimited holidays to employees in exchange for zero job security.

View the entire slideshow below:

08/02/2013  |  Full story...

Digital Intelligence January 2013

Digital Strategy data - Digital Intelligence January 2013

The beginning of 2013 saw more evidence of the death of the high street as consumers increasingly flocked to the web for their shopping needs. In particular the shift from buying entertainment in solid-state form to digital form was put into sharp focus as the closure of the HMV and Blockbuster were announced alongside the record numbers of digital downloads.

The power of social media to instigate and amplify bad press was brought into sharp relief yet again with the tale of two retailers - and Tesco - who both suffered at the hands of online consumers.

Facebook launched their 'Graph Search' as their first major step into social search as well as continuing its evolution into a mobile service.

Sony launched their latest Xperia to compete in the smartphone marketplace. While Apple's share price fell sharply on disappointing iPhone sales.

And the annual CES show in Vegas was abuzz with automatic cars, new TV formats and gaming innovations.

Read January 2013

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YouTube takes on Netflix with paid content

YouTube is set to offer premium channels later this year, as Google looks to take on the likes on Hulu and Netflix in the paid video content sector, according to a news report.

31/01/2013  |  Full story...

Netflix Vs Lovefilm- which has the best streaming service?

With video streaming on the rise, Netflix and Lovefilm are locked in battle for UK domination. A new report looks at the services offered by both.

21/01/2013  |  Full story...

Netflix CEO in trouble for financial disclosures via Facebook post

US regulators have threatened the head of Netflix with legal action for posting information about the company's performance on Facebook rather than through official channels. Netflix chief executive Reed Hastings announced on the site that monthly viewing figures had passed one billion hours in June for the first time. Shares rose after the posting.

11/12/2012  |  Full story...

Digital Intelligence November 2012

Digital Strategy data - Digital Intelligence November 2012

As we come towards the end of 2012, research shows that this year really has been the year of the smartphone. According to Gartner, global sales have risen 47% year-on-year, much to the benefit of Samsung and the Android platform primarily. But Apple has still managed to capture more of the investment in mobile advertising. Indeed, mobile advertising is looking increasingly attractive as research shows that viewer ad recall is much higher on the handheld device than on TV or the web. A great benefit as more consumer start to research and purchase physical goods through the mobile channel.

And as the developed world equip themselves with the latest devices for the poorer developing markets Google is starting to offer a simple Free Zone mobile service to capture the 'next billion' Internet users.

It also looks like Facebook has weathered the potential storm of its third stage of share sales with a rising stock and increasingly healthy looking business as the year draws to an end.

Read November 2012

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