connected tv

Carnival Is Using Facial Recognition on Cruises to Help Passengers Buy Photos of Themselves

The next time you take a Carnival cruise, don't be surprised if the brand digitally tags you in photos taken aboard the ship.

With Its Total Audience Measurement Rollout Delayed, Nielsen Will Share More Connected TV Data

Networks will have to wait a few months longer for full access to Nielsen's new Total Audience Measurement data, but in the interim, the company is preparing to share more information about usage of connected TV devices like Roku and Apple TV.

Infographic: The Evolution of TV Over the Last 20 Years

While the storytelling medium of a television show may not have changed much, the way people tune in to their favorite programs has. Just 20 years ago, the patent for the first Internet-connected TV was filed in France. This year, more than 110 million U.S. adults watch a digital program using a connected TV.

Angry Birds Video Series Launching This Week on TVs, in Apps

For those considering Rovio to be simply that Finnish company behind the Angry Birds mobile games, stop that right now.

Turner Embraces Social TV, Interactive Ads via ‘Conan’ App

Sometime this month, Coco’s getting his own app. And like the Harvard-educated funnyman, this app’s going to be pretty clever.