Here is a quick rundown of the 10 vintage TV commercials I stumbled on recently for a history project I am working on and I had to share the nostalgia. Let’s see how many of these you remember!
With all the attention that Netflix tends to attract from industry experts, it is pretty amazing how much some of their cord-cutting competitors fly under the radar. One such Netflix competitor that gets much less ink these days is Hulu.
In this ever-changing new digital world, it is almost a necessity to have a way to stream content to your TV. The DVD is quickly going the way of the VHS tape with endless online and on demand movie streaming options. These days, you can watch just about any movie you want, whenever you want (except Star Wars, sigh). Even better, the monthly cost of a subscription to a TV/movie service like Netflix is about half of what a DVD goes for these days.
The glory days of Saturday morning cartoons are gone, but thankfully we have the Internet to help us relive them a bit. Here are 10 of the shows you were probably watching on a Saturday morning around this time in 1985.
The “Must-See” days may be over, but thanks to our old friend YouTube, we are able to relive just a little of its magic. Here are my top 10 Must-See TV lineup members, in order, along with a special little bonus bottom 5.
Here are the top 10 movies the week of October 13-19, 1989. We hope you enjoy this trip down memory lane.
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.
It appears that multi-device media consumption is becoming more and more mainstream these days. Here is an interesting infographic that contains some staggering multi-screen adoption numbers.
In the past, sharing your opinion of the speech, and its content, was relegated to water coolers and talk radio. Now, thanks to the magic of digital, you are able to give feedback online in real time and be heard.
For the second year in a row, the NFL will be streaming Sunday’s Super Bowl live on the web and mobile devices. If you aren’t going to be in front of a TV tomorrow night at 6:30pm ET, here are your options for catching the game: