Welcome fellow TV Hackers. This week Viacom comes out from the shadows. A big play, or too little too late? Then, Facebook’s march to video dominance continues – with new hires and new tech. And YouTube isn’t going to sit still – expanding live and adding a puzzling paid chat feature. All that plus – more Trump fallout in the world of the nerd prom. And – sadly – more names to add to the growing dead pool. I’m Saul Hansell, and I’m Steve Rosenbaum and this is Hacking TV.
This week, a rite of passage for the next video powerhouse. Snap filed for its IPO
SH: This week in Trump, the FCC exempts telecom giants from net neutrality rules but cancels $9.25 broadband subsidies for poor people. We’ll look at the state of the Over The Top market And we say goodbye to a few more once promising startups. I’m Saul Hansell And I’m Steven Rosenbaum. We’ll have all that and more on this week’s
This week lots of moving parts with big players including Facebook, Twitter, and Verizon Then – The downside of Upworthy? What happened and why it matters. And, of course – Trump news that impacts our Web TV World. And – Coming soon not just fake news articles, but fake audio and video that you can’t tell the real thing. I’m Saul Hansell,and I’m Steven Rosenbaum, and this is Hacking TV.
Welcome to the new Dystopian World of Web Video Carnage. Ok, not really. This is Hacking TV. And in fact, the new realities of Washington have brought in a whole new world of Fact Checking and truth sleuthing. Then, Netflix continues its race to world domination. All that – and Nancy Grace does something. I’m I’m Saul Hansell, and I’m Steve Rosenbaum and this is Hacking TV.
This week on Hacking TV, some serious growing pains for DirecTV Now
But Saul has been using it and he rather likes it. Then, Apple seems to like Hollywood. It’s said to be shopping for scripted TV shows and movies. Hollywood always likes someone with a big checkbook. Meanwhile Amazon likes Anime. And nobody likes the NFL on Twitter. I’m Steve Rosenbaum And I’m Saul Hansell. We’ve got all that and more on the last Obama-era edition of..Hacking TV,
Now that CES is over… the year can officially begin. We can’t tell you all of what happened at CES – but we’ve got some juicy highlights.Then – a peak at Washington, as the Trump Tracking begins. And some news on the people and deals front. Facebook’s new hire, and Cheddar’s new partnership
I’m Steven Rosenbaum and I’m Saul Hansell and this is Hacking TV.
Drones. Phones. And Screens. It’s the largest TECH Trade show of the year and CES 2017 is Full of Surprises. On this week’s edition of Hacking TV – we’ll preview the massive Vegas Tech trade show. Then – Twitter, back from the dead – and focused on… wait for it… VIDEO. We’ll take a peek at China’s web video plans… And finally – a quick trip to Norway, and a new way to create appointment TV. I’m Saul Hansell, It’s a busy first week of the New Year…and I’m Steve Rosenbaum… and this is Hacking TV.
Job placement and income have traditionally been key yardsticks for assessing the value of a college education. But a Gallup-Purdue survey of more than 30,000 graduates in all 50 states focuses on whether graduates have had a good life in terms of well-being, satisfaction and career engagement. Judy Woodruff talks to Mitch Daniels, president of Purdue University, a partner in the study.
How do you assess the value of one’s degree and of higher education overall as a graduate moves forward? Many studies have looked at job placement and income as a key metric. But a new study measures it differently, focusing on whether a graduate has a good life in terms of well-being, satisfaction and engagement in a career.
The report comes from a survey of more than 30,000 graduates in all 50 states. It was done by Gallup in partnership with Purdue University and the Lumina Foundation.
Earlier this week, I spoke with the president of Purdue, also the former governor of Indiana, Mitch Daniels.
And, for the record, the Lumina Foundation is a funder of the NewsHour.