Monthly Archives: November 2011

BBC develop model Dalek that can be controlled by your television

When the Daleks on screen menacingly move towards their target, so does the model in a watching audience, even in a living room. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/8913891/BBC-develop-model-Dalek-that-can-be-controlled-by-your-television.html Advertisements

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How Transmedia Storytelling Is Changing TV

Perhaps the future of TV isn’t either traditional television or digital platforms, but in collective intelligence — the feedback loop of the in-between. http://mashable.com/2011/11/17/transmedia-tv/

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Channel 4 trials new poster technology on London Underground

The broadcaster is to bring its distinctive news and commentary to live cross track projector screen advertisement boards (XTPs) on the London Underground network, as part of a marketing push for the flagship 7pm Channel 4 News bulletin. http://corporate.itn.co.uk/press.php?parent_id=13&content_id=1328

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How far will Google’s TV ambition go?

It is the moment at which Google starts to eye the rights for existing popular show brands that already have huge audiences that it could become a serious threat for broadcasters. http://www.nma.co.uk/3031557.article?cmpid=NMAE11&cmptype=newsletter&email=true

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Apple iTV: Not So Fast

It is still possible that Apple will introduce an iTV next year, but before everyone gets carried away with a bunch of made up designs that have nothing to do with Apple, they better start asking some hard questions about … Continue reading

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