While newspapers and television continue to be turned upside down amid the tumult of the digital revolution, the most traditional of all media platforms, outdoor advertising, is using it to grab new…
Called the holy grail by some TV advertising executives, the age of so-called addressable TV marketing -- which would allow dog food ads to be sent only to dog owners -- has arrived.
The perpetual tech question is "What's the next big product?" Richard Kerris says the answer is: "It's not a product, it's a pipeline."
Code-named Project Canoe, a joint technology initiative being overseen by Richard Green at the nonprofit cable industry research and development consortium CableLabs, based in Louisville, Colo. is…
Many entertainment industry investors and companies find themselves beating the bushes for a "Next Big Thing" that will take their businesses to another level.
Since landing on the Web like a UFO in 2003, the Gallic La Blogotheque and its progeny "The Take-Away Shows" have now become a reference for underground music insiders that get about 8,000 hits per…
How they're innovating: Ariel Napchi and Ronny Golan are trying to put a positive spin on digital rights management (DRM), one of the ideas that can raise hackles among technophiles.
How they're innovating: As YouTube helped nudge video publishing into the mainstream, an online service called Qik may soon do the same with live Internet broadcasting.
How they're innovating: For newbie game designers fresh out of USC's Interactive Media program, things happened pretty fast for Kellee Santiago and Jenova Chen. Almost as soon as they'd graduated and…
How he's innovating: Michael Malcolm's Mountain View, Calif., company makes a home digital media server system favored by an upscale clientele that includes plenty of Hollywood elites.
How he's innovating: "Someone asked me last night if there were any subjects I thought were inappropriate for 3-D," Tim Sasson reports from Paris, where he spoke to a home entertainment conference…