BY Experience broadcasts live events—everything from the Metropolitan Opera to Ira Glass to heavy metal—at movie theaters around the world. Revenue growth is "huge," report the husband-and-wife founders.
Proving just how important the subscription model is to broadcasters, iPhone and iPad users will be able to watch the channel's shows in real time by hitting the "live" button. The service will only be available in and around New York and Philadelphia.
While the BBC is bringing smartphone tech to its journalists for on-the-spot newscasting, Apple has its own plans for this tech—and it's quite promising for everyone from foreign correspondents to citizen journos.
The National Football League and ESPN have reportedly finalized a deal extending their media rights agreement. The yearly licensing contract matches Facebook's entire income. Will fans be the biggest losers?
Screenshots of Google TV are already leaking, and Apple's iTV is rumored to be just a presentation away. But that hasn't stopped British broadcasters and network providers from developing their own Internet-connected TV platform, known as Project Canvas (which was recently approved by the BBC Trust).