Mark Cuban Offers Advice To Network Execs On Ad-skipper

Mark Cuban Offers Advice To Network Execs On Ad-skipper

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At the Produced By Conference over the weekend, Mark Cuban, who made a Fortune in online video well before there was much of a market for online video, suggested that some prominent video sites today attempt to deceive advertisers with rubbish statistics. He pointed out that his own Shark Tank , his relatively low-rated reality show for entrepreneurs, drew an average of 4.297 million viewers on Friday night and might have peaked at around 7 million. By contrast, he noted, "Go to the most-viewed English-language video for YouTube and maybe there's one that gets 700,000 views a day. ... The numbers just don't support comparisons to TV," he said. Cuban also had some advice for broadcast network executives who are battling Dish network over its ad-skipping DVRs. Instead of filing lawsuits, he said, they should try to make a deal -- "take advantage of digital opportunities" by, say, requiring DISH executives to pay a premium for subscribers who opt for the "Hopper" DVRs.

11/06/2012


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Why don’t CBS, FOX, and NBC execs want consumers to enjoy commercial-free TV? It’s what we want! I’m a customer and employee of Dish, and I think Auto Hop is great because you can easily watch commercial-free TV. A well known consumer advocacy group, Public Knowledge, agrees that people should have the right to control how they watch TV. They’re taking a stand for consumers by creating a petition that tells CBS, FOX, and NBC media to keep their hands out of your living room and DVR. Sign their petition to keep control of how you watch TV
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