Resources tagged with “Media & Entertainment”

 
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On July 4th, Jay-Z fans who owned a Samsung Galaxy smartphone felt anything but independence when they were gifted a special promotional offer to receive Jay-Z latest album, Magna Carter… Holy Grail...
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With the baseball season now in full swing, the NBA playoffs underway and the Stanley Cup playoffs right around the corner, it is an exciting time for sports.  And for sports APIs.  In the past few...
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With the Super Bowl/awards season now officially over, we can look back and assess how this year’s season compares with last years in terms of social engagement and second screen usage.  Not...
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APIs are so vital for business companies like TechCrunch are beginning to treat them as products in their own right. This approach allows such companies to maximize platform reach, profits and...
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The journey of Netflix from DVD rental service to video streaming platform and ultimately API powerhouse is a timeless and instructive story of adaptability. From humble beginnings, Netflix’s API...
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There’s no arguing that the 2012 London Olympics are the most connected games ever. Via television, Web, radio or Twitter, the up-to-the-minute updates are pervasive. A sheer platitude of Olympic...
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Have you checked out Mashery's Apps We Like? Each week we will be featuring 2 new amazing applications built on the powerful APIs of Mashery customers. App of the Day: Qup.tv Powered by the Rotten...
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Have you checked out Mashery's latest Apps We Like? Each week we will be posting 4 new applications (Monday through Thursday), featuring some of the greatest apps built on the powerful APIs of...
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HarperCollins Publishers, one of the world's leading English-language publishers, has just recently announced its OpenBook API Beta. HarperCollins is a broad-based publisher with fortes in literary...
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There is a great debate going on about the state of television, and I don’t mean the quality of the programming being produced (we’ve seen some great/groundbreaking TV shows in the past 10 years,...

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