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Why Netflix is Pretty Chill

Why Netflix is Pretty Chill

Netflix has a success problem. Some 42 percent of households in the U.S. are subscribers, and nearly 40 percent of global Internet traffic can be attributed to the streaming service. The majority of Netflix’s TV library comes from broadcast and basic cable networks, which are realizing they may have sown the seeds of their own more »

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The Internet is Changing Everything (Almost)

The Internet is Changing Everything (Almost)

This amazing Infographic maps the world’s Internet users. This is really import data for anyone who creates content, is a TV Producer or well lives on planet earth. For those of us in the media business it proves once again that the Internet is/will change everything and that our world is totally interconnected. The map more »

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The Future of Media Now

The Future of Media Now

Our world is changing, people consume media in different ways and TV Producers, traditional Broadcasters and upstart Online Content Creators will all have to adapt because the convergence rallying cry of a decade ago was wrong. Content isn’t king, the consumer is and how and when, where and why they want to watch, listen and more »

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Is TV Dead? Not Yet but it is Changing.

Is TV Dead?  Not Yet but it is Changing.

Most people reading this will know that Re:Source Media’s head offices are in Toronto and so as proud Canadians we care about our domestic TV and online market. It just make sense as a media production and content creation company to know how and why, where and when people like to consume media. And so more »

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Crowdsourcing | The greatest TV technology

Crowdsourcing | The greatest TV technology

The term “crowdsourcing” is a portmanteau of “crowd” and “outsourcing,” first coined by Jeff Howe in a June 2006 Wired magazine article “The Rise of Crowdsourcing”. It refers to the practice of using technology to tap the collective wisdom of communities. Back in 2000 our company President Kevin Fox gave a keynote address about convergence more »

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The Future of Television

The Future of Television

Our good friend Matt Harding is a bit of a celebrity, in fact he was one of the first internet stars. He’s the YouTube phenomenon Dancing Matt. You know him as that lovable guy who travels around the world dancing badly. We know him as the friend who is killing our industry. But there’s no more »

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