Category Archives: Digital TV

TV, Social TV, 2nd Screen, Multiscreen, IPTV, VOD, Catch-up TV, Replay TV, PVR, Enregistreur numérique, On demand, Video

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How disruptive Innovation drives autonomy and alignment

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Interview about ‘Disruptive innovation and video-over-mobile’, delivered at London TV Connect – 2014 Advertisements

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Live or VOD, a battle from another time for TV apps, by Iris Yuster

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As video on tablet becomes primary, VOD and TV apps must update rapidly. The artificial separation between “Live TV’ and “VOD” apps is an outdated argument. Iris takes us through a typical user journey to make his point. Continue reading

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Personalized TV Under Scrutiny, by Iris Yuster

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A TV-related app that offers a well-balanced implantation of personalization and recommendations will generate usage and increase revenues. Iris Yuster details some tips for us. Continue reading

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Accelerating Innovation with APIs: Social TV case study at Orange

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Accelerating Innovation with APIs: Social TV case study at Orange Continue reading

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Radioscopy of an innovation shortcoming

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It happens everyday: processes slow down innovation. Stage process don’t flow without meaning. Going through a fictional innovation story, we sort 2 lessons out around ‘feature team’ and ‘leadership’, that would be worth tested in your next innovation challenge. Continue reading

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Free, a radical story turning disruptive (1/3)

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What is radical and what is disruptive innovation? Following clarification on these notions, we go through the story of Free, a French alternative Telco which amazing adventure goes from radical to disruptive innovation. Continue reading

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An inside look at social TV in France

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Below is a short interview I completed about Social TV with Natan Edelsburg from Lost Remote. It gives a few insights on how Social TV unfolds in France, analyses the various strategies of the players, and what show are the most … Continue reading