Tag: NFL

2018.04.27 Last Week in Digital Media

Looking ahead to next week, Facebook’s Developer Conference (F8) kicks off. The F8 agenda features a heavy VR focus and it will interesting to see how FB attempts to re-engage with developers, especially when all new app and bot approvals are currently suspended. GENERAL Amazon is increasing the annual subscription price of Amazon Prime to $119 (up from $99). The price… Read more →

2017.10.06 Last Week in Digital Media

Onto the news you may have missed: Google held their Pixel 2 event and announced more than just phones. The Verge has a good summary of all of the Pixel event announcements. The highlights you need to know include Pixel Buds, bluetooth earphones that can automatically translate languages; Google Home Mini, a hockey puck sized Google Home; and Google Clips… Read more →

2017.05.12 Last Week in Digital Media

Here’s the wrap of last week. Snap Inc. released their Q1 numbers. The top level numbers Earnings $150M vs $158M expected. 166M DAU vs 167M expected. ARPU 90c. Shares dropped by over 20% but recovered slightly towards the end of the week. Based on the revenue numbers for Spectacles, Snap sold ~62,000 units. There’s a good chart on Business Insider which compares… Read more →

2017.04.07 Last Week in Digital Media

Google/YouTube Brand Safety updates: Google is going to allow MRC accredited 3rd party verification. This is currently planned as being available post-campaign only i.e. not to prevent ads running on inappropriate content but after a campaign, reporting if ads ran on inappropriate content. The timeline for when this is available is yet to be confirmed. YouTube channels with under 10,000 views will… Read more →

2016.04.08 Last Week in Digital Media

The biggest news of the week was on Tuesday, when twitter announced it had secured the rights (rumored $10MM license cost) to Thursday Night NFL games and would be the official OTT provider (they explicitly mentioned connected TVs). What stands out in this deal is it will be free, worldwide, whether you are logged into twitter or not (detailed in the press release). Making NFL… Read more →