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  1. SES New York Keynote Speaker Says Internet is TV’s Best Friend

    He has spoken at dozens of events and has been widely featured in the press including The New York Times, Fast Company, TV Guide, Forbes, BusinessWeek, Mashable, BuzzFeed, and NPR. This means planning television and digital together to tell stories...

  2. YouTube Unveils New Look to Increase Channel Views, Subscriptions

    All YouTube users need to do is subscribe to their favorite channels and the Guide lets them know when there are new videos waiting for them to enjoy, suggests the latest and greatest channels they might like, and shows them what their friends are...

  3. Mobile Search iPhone Dance-Off: Google vs. Bing vs. Yahoo vs. Wolfram|Alpha

    After that, there are App results for IMDb and TV guide. Finally, there are links to TV guide, HBO and other television networks – all followed up with images and “also try. Finally there is a related query comparing it to a few other TV shows.

  4. 'The Power of Google' Senate Hearing is Must Watch TV Today

    Regardless, Google has prepared its own website, Facts about Google and Competition, which Google is calling a "viewer's guide" to the Senate Judiciary Antitrust Subcommittee's hearing. Comparing it to Facebook is like comparing radio and TV – true...

  5. Google Loves Lucy: Lucille Ball’s 100th Birthday Celebrated with Google Logo

    Among Balls’s credits were four Emmy Award wins (with nine attitional nominations) and her show was second on TV Guide’s list of the top 50 best shows of all-time (behind “Seinfeld”). The old TV set offers seven channels (Google’s Doodle is Channel...

  6. Google Instant - 10 Things Marketing Teams Need to Know

    To get your account setup to track the actual inputs against the referrers, checkout Semetrical's guide on how to track Google Instant in Google Analytics. The latter is particularly conspicuous amongst the other suggestions and the fact that...

  7. Searching for Something to Watch

    For the inner couch potato in all of us, finding something good to watch could soon be more like online search, and less like browsing through a cable channel guide. TNS Media Intelligence meanwhile reports that 16 percent of households watch...