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16 April 2013

Motive attends National Association of Broadcasters Conference 2013

Motive Television was well represented at NAB 2013, with executive presence from our Board, Chief Executive, US management and global sales.
Tags : NAB
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23 January 2013

Video viewing can’t be a waiting game

A new study from the University of Massachusetts shows that people have a lack of tolerance for delays when they stream video on the internet
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22 January 2013

CES 2 - Mobile TV

CES2013, the year of Ultra HD (see other blog). At this year's CES, there were also a few announcements/products relating to Mobile TV on show. In many cases, this was a case of little to no real new news, but announcements being made anyway.
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18 January 2013

CES 1 – Ultra HD

So CES has come and gone for another year. Lots of companies showing technology, but little of it new or novel. This year, the main headlines around TV have centered around Ultra HD, with TV manufacturers falling over themselves to show the latest and greatest.
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30 November 2012

Multi-purpose device accessories

Most consumer electronic devices today are multi-purpose and have been specifically designed for this.
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16 November 2012

Broadcast TV - hidden in plain sight

Broadcast television is perceived differently in different markets around the world.
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05 October 2012

Repurposing

When I try to describe Motive's business in one short phrase I think of one word - Repurposing.
Tags : Len Fertig
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29 June 2012

The long tail wags the dog…

Choice. We all want it and more and more of it, or so we are told.
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15 June 2012

A new cloud... the Broadcast Cloud

The Broadcast Cloud, as we call it at Motive Television, is omnipresent and not tethered to an internet connection or Wi-Fi hotspot. It is wherever you are that can receive an over-the-air television signal. Doesn’t that sound like TV Everywhere?
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13 June 2012

Can I interest you in ......?

Advertising is the life blood of the TV industry.
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