For the first time, Nielsen will begin tracking the habits of viewers who watch TV over broadband. And in another example of online media consumption shaking up traditional tracking methods, Billboard will begin including YouTube music video views in its charts.
Laura Hazard Owen @ Gigaom.com - NewTeeVee - on 21/2/13
New outdoor Skycourt at the Grand Hyatt overlooks city skyline.
Meetingsnet - on 2/1/13
Once Google is through with Kansas City, data speeds will be "more than 100 times faster than what most Americans have today," according to the company. Residents are expected to pay $70 per month for the service. For publishers, two things matter: audiences will soon have faster connections for viewing content, and more disposable income from paying less for their network service.
Naomi Shibles @ EMedia Vitals - on 14/11/12
The former Northland Inn Hotel and Conference Center Is Reflagged A major renovation to all guest rooms, a new lobby, and expanded meeting space. . .
Meetingsnet - on 23/10/12
Specs Age 43 New gig President, AT&T AdWorks Old gig Vp of sales, Southwest region, AT&T Advertising Solutions AdWorks, AT&T’s multichannel ad network, plays in three of the big media—TV, online and mobile—to help advertisers run integrated multichannel campaigns, something that more and more brands are looking to do.
Adweek.com - on 1/10/12
In 1968, Dick Graham bought a small weekly newspaper in Ferry County, Wash. , one of the most remote and sparsely populated counties in the Pacific Northwest.
Mediashift - on 21/8/12
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - A New Zealand consortium planning a trans-Pacific high-speed telecommunications cable has scrapped the venture after failing to find sufficient backing, dealing a blow to plans to bring more broadband competition to the country.
Reuters Media - on 1/8/12
Google launches its high-speed Internet service in Kansas City on Thursday — or at least it plans to talk about it. It’s an historic moment, if Google does say so itself:.
Peter Kafka @ AllThingsD - Mediamemo - on 24/7/12
AT&T implemented a broadband cap a little over a year ago, yet AT&T isn’t letting all of its customers track their broadband usage — which would be pretty useful information if you’re trying to stay under the cap. For an undetermined number of subscribers AT&T hasn’t yet provided access to its online data meter, but that hasn’t stopped Ma Bell from implying that customers need to beware of what they download.
Stacey Higginbotham @ Gigaom.com - NewTeeVee - on 6/7/12
Come September when changes at The Times-Picayune take effect, not only will New Orleans become the largest city without a daily newspaper, its residents will likely become some of the most disconnected in the country.
Tracie Powell @ Poynter - TV / Radio - on 5/7/12
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