In honor of their birthday, I sat down and dug up a few Sesame Street facts and statistics you may not have known. I hope you enjoy!
Did you know that the average American watches over 9 years of television over the span of their life?
Or that 65% of US households have 3+ TVs?
Luckily we have this interesting and informative infographic on everything you need to know about the viewing behaviors of Americans. This topic is extremely relevant for markets and advertisers to look at the statistics and facts about just how we are watching TV.
Chevrolet is giving away 20 vehicles and 1,000s of other prizes during this year’s Super Bowl through their new mobile app.
The Chevy Game Time app is available for download January 22nd and is aimed at making the Super Bowl a bit more interactive and social. Users will answer game-related questions and polls and those who answer correctly will be eligible to win prizes.
With so many ways to avoid TV ads these days, a new app is creatively encouraging people to watch them.
AdAge tells us today about IntoNow, an app that allows users to ‘check-in’ to TV shows using audio recognition.
A few weeks ago, we saw Facebook dipping their toes in the video streaming water, by offering Warner Bros movie rentals on their page.
Last week, we heard that Google was looking to start offering original webisode content via Youtube.
cloud video streaming tv televisionBoth Facebook and Youtube are looking to step up their live sports-streaming efforts.
Now comes word that Apple may be looking to launch some sort of ‘cloud-based’ video streaming service.