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Tag: IBISWorld


Total Results: 10

NBC bets on Flipboard to propel new TV show tune-ins
Published: February 12, 2014
NBC is aiming to build up some hype for the new “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” program through custom content within the Flipboard news application.
Google on the road to shake up mobile TV scene
Published: July 22, 2013
Google is reportedly stepping up its online cable television initiatives in a move that could potentially have big implications for how marketers connect with consumers across multiple screens.
The Daily shutdown highlights digital-only publishing challenges
Published: December 4, 2012
Media conglomerate News Corp. is shutting down its mobile-only publication The Daily, pointing to the problems that publishers have had with gaining both scalability and revenue with their mobile initiatives.
Apple's iPhone, Mobivity, IBISWorld - News briefs
Published: December 4, 2012
News briefs - IPhone users are most engaged compared to other platforms; Mobivity acquires mobile loyalty app Stampt; Further consolidation among wireless carriers is likely.
Does Windows 8 have a leg-up on app discoverability?
Published: November 12, 2012
Microsoft has ambitious goals for its Windows 8 operating system, including making it one of the big players in the mobile space, and the company is taking big strides to achieve that with a recent overhaul of its app store, which intends to improve application discoverability.
Spotify launches radio service for iOS app to expand mobile reach
Published: June 20, 2012
Spotify is inching in on its goal to be a leader in digital music by rolling out a radio service onto the company’s iPhone and iPad applications that will compete with similar music services such as Pandora.
Amazon expands mobile repertoire with music streaming app
Published: June 18, 2012
Pointing to the growing hype around cloud-based storage, Amazon has launched its Cloud Player app for iPhone and iPod touch devices to let users listen to music wherever they are.
Is Draw Something set up for brands in the long-term?
Published: June 4, 2012
Games are consistently ranked as a top application category for consumers and with the emphasis on pictures and social media, Draw Something could shake out to be a hit for brands to advertise in. But is Draw Something here to stay or is it just another gaming fad?
Why did Yahoo Livestand fail and lessons to learn
Published: May 31, 2012
Although Yahoo Inc.’s recent killing of Livestand could point to the company not having a centered mobile strategy, it is still too soon to count the media publisher completely out of the race, according to analysts.
Are publishers toast on mobile?
Published: April 23, 2012
Mobile has undoubtedly shifted the way that publishers view their revenue models, but with drops in advertising revenue and media companies not taking advantage of the channel, can publishers survive in the post-PC world?