In this episode we discuss will the Internet be able to handle a Super Bowl audience, where is live streaming and where could it be going. Netflix testing a price hike in Australia, the massive audience growth in eSports and TV for your Dog. (Recorded: Tuesday 16th May, 2017)
Segment 1- Will the Internet be able to handle a Super Bowl audience in the future?
Internet to support Super Bowl sized audiences by 2022?
Super Bowl LI on FOX is Most-Viewed Program in U.S. Television History
Seven most-streamed live events
Super Bowl Proves A Boon For Seven Ratings as 1.75 Million Aussies Tune In
nScreenNoise – live OTT video with no latency
Segment 2 – Live Streaming: Where is it and on what?
Most Millennials Have Watched Live Video Online
Meerkat built a new app in secret, and almost 1 million people are using it
HouseParty App Homepage
How NBA, MLB Teams Capture Unique Content With Snapchat Spectacles
Research: Just 1% of social video goes viral
GoPro: NHL After Dark with Evgeni Malkin – Episode 5
Segment 3 – Netflix Testing a Price rise
Australian Netflix users could be facing a price hike
Netflix experimenting with price hike for subscribers
Segment 4 – The Rise of eSports Viewers
IHS: Esports video market booming
Segment 5 – DogTV
DogTV – Website
Accedo unleashes DogTV on Amazon Fire, Roku
DogTV launches on DirecTV
Pet ownership statistics