SVG Lunchtime Links 5-15-12
Published: Tuesday, May 15, 2012 - 12:33 pm

Each day, the SVG editorial staff scours dozens of online publications to find the most intriguing storylines facing the sports video industry today. Here’s a roundup of what’s new and what matters:

Sony, Panasonic in Talks to Make OLED TVs (Reuters)

Nielsen Unveiling Suite Of Next-Generation TV Meters (MediaPost)

Audiences Now Rarely Drawn to Live Television (The New York Times)

3net Adds China to 3D Distribution (Advanced Television)

Telefonica To Carry 3D and HD Olympics (Advanced Television)

Rockies, Other MLB Teams In Line for Big Jump in TV Money (The Salt Lake Tribune)

FSU President Lays Out Pros/Cons of Big 12 Move (Associated Press)

3DTV Endures Setbacks, But It’s Still Coming Right at Us (paidContent)

Smartphones, Tablets Not Yet Meaningful Portion of Total Video Viewing (Multichannel News)

Broadcasters, FCC in Spectrum Turf War (Politico)

NBCU: Aereo Threatens Broadcast Business Model (Advanced Television)

ESPN Doubles Up on ’30 for 30’ Documentary Series (The New York Times)

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