From All Things E to the Today Show!

She was our most recent guest for our “Tips of The Trade” feature, sharing her insights and advise on effective ways to use social media. Now Nicollett Pizzitola will be featured on the Today Show! Please set your TV, DVR or Tivo TOMORROW, May 1st, for her live appearance on the Today Show during the 8:00 AM ET hour. She’ll be hosting a segment designed to help women who are stuck in their careers find their way out of a professional rut.

Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Compass Point Associates, Nicolette leads a coaching and consulting firm which helps …read more

Are You Ready for Some Football?

Cynopsis: Digital reports – Verizon is bringing programming from the NFL Network and NFL RedZone to FiOS TV Online. Via the newly added Watch NFL Network, FiOS customers who subscribe to the NFL Network and NFL RedZone as part of their TV package now have the ability to watch programming from the two channels from anywhere in the US, with a broadband connection. This includes live streaming access to NFL Network’s Thursday Night Football games, as well as shows like NFL Total Access, NFL GameDay, and the new morning show NFL AM. Access to NFL RedZone, which allows viewers to …read more

The War on Obesity?

It’s no secret that Americans are experiencing higher rates of obesity than ever before. According to the CDC, 35.7% of American adults are currently obese. There have been numerous efforts to take on this obesity issue, for example the ‘Let’s Move’ initiative championed by Mrs. Obama, and New York City Mayor Bloomberg’s controversial 16-ounce cap on sweetened beverages.

Last week the obesity story was that of news anchor, Jennifer Livingston, who fired back at a viewer who sent her an e-mail chastising her for being overweight and not a “suitable example for this community’s young people, girls in particular.” Ms. …read more

Can YouTube Change How We View Elections?

The newly launched YouTube Elections Hub wants to be your go-to source for coverage of key political moments throughout the election cycle. The channel will offer election-related video clips, a live streams of the days events, and Google+ Hangouts with “power brokers” who are behind the scenes from now through November 6.

Along with videos from politicians and the political parties, original content will be provided by network heavy hitters such as ABC News, Larry King, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and an Al Jazeera English Live Stream. You can watch what is going on live, follow …read more

The Second TV Screen

More and more people are watching TV along with their tablets, phones and laptops. According to data from Nielsen, 40% of owners of tablets and Smartphones in the U.S. use their devices while watching TV on a daily basis. In fact, only 12% of tablet owners and 13% of Smartphone owners say they have never used those devices while watching TV.

What are we doing on those devices? Many are checking email during programs and commercial breaks, but a whopping 42% are visiting social networking sites — a trend that is greater among women — and nearly a third are …read more

Watching TV Just Got More Interesting

How do you watch TV? At home on your television set or online via your computer. Well, thanks to revenue generated from Hulu Plus your viewing experience online just got better. Hulu pays more fees per user, per content, than any of its other competitors, including Netflix, said Hulu CEO Jason Kilar at AllThingsD’s Dive into Media conference. What does that mean to the viewing audience? It means a lot more programming to choose from online. In an AllThingsD interview, Kilar was asked how much the company would spend toward original programming in 2012. Hulu had previously announced that it …read more