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NBC and Sochi 2014

With the Games taking place 9-12 hours ahead of American time zones, sports fans were increasingly looking to video streaming and live updates to stay in the loop. NBC recognized the need and expanded Olympic coverage, providing multiple opportunities for fans to keep up with all the Sochi action (this meant apps, live streaming sites, television coverage, etc).

February Data is Now Live – Winter Olympics, Valentine’s Day, and more…

The weather’s finally warming up in Boston and February data is live and available in Compete PRO! Not only that, but we kicked off a contest for all Compete PRO users last week where you can share your success stories with us and win some awesome prizes. We can’t wait to see how Compete PRO has helped you!

Webinar Replay: Over the Top Video Today

Image from: CCN TV Everywhere / nbry.wordpress.com/ Compete recently hosted a webinar: “Over-The-Top Video Today.” We explored video growth in Over-The-Top (OTT) video, looking at existing market players and the impact on telecom consumer behavior.  Download the recording today and learn: What is driving the increase in online video consumption? Who is viewing online video? How are OTT and device proliferation impacting TV service dynamics? A look back at how

Can Dane Cook’s Twitter Followers Generate Buzz About New TV Show?

Image from: TV Equals Everyone know about comedian Dane Cook. He has released five comedy albums, has starred in a handful of movies and TV shows, and has managed to accumulate over 2,800,000 Twitter followers. So I was intrigued when I read an AdAge article that suggested that Cook’s high number of Twitter followers gives his new TV, called Next Caller which will air on NBC in the fall, a leg

Who’s Winning Now? Fall Broadcast Season Predictions

Premiere week of the new fall broadcast TV season has finally approached and the tune in rates achieved across the top 5 broadcast networks this week will certainly set the tone for the remainder of the season. Which programs will be deemed the clear winners of their night and time slot will soon be determined as viewers decide if the new and returning programs have won them over, securing their

America Loves TV

Even with increasing options online, on tablets, and elsewhere, the average person still watched 34 hours of broadcast network and basic cable TV per week in 2010, up by about 1 percent from 2009.  You could watch both seasons of Glee in their entirety in that amount of time! (Well… without including all of the commercials, that is – ah, the beauty of TiVo.) While we don’t track whether people