TV Everywhere is still behind the curve as OTT builds strength

Pure-play over-the-top video is continuing to eat TV Everywhere's lunch when it comes to time spent viewing videos (one of the most important new metrics in the industry). In today's spotlight, we take a look at one of FierceCable's biggest stories of the year, which explains why TV Everywhere has not taken off. Despite better backing from established pay-TV operators, TVE languished for years and has only begun to realize its potential beyond being a second-screen augmentation to live television. Editor Daniel Frankel lays out four simple reasons TV Everywhere is behind the curve.

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