Who Profits From 100,000,000 Connected TVs?

This video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which Chief Technology Officer Jeremy Phillips discusses topics around the investing world.

By 2016, North America and Europe will have more than 100 million Internet-enabled TVs. While less than half of enabled TVs are connected in the United States currently, Jeremy highlights the few clear winners in the space. The first will obviously be the company supplying the platform. The latter is perhaps where many more opportunities lie for investors.

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  • Report this Comment On March 31, 2012, at 12:09 PM, valari25 wrote:

    I clicked because it said you published an article about internet TV's, not that it was a poorly done video. I do understand that sitting in front of a webcam and talking is easier then writing and editing but please differentiate the two.

    I can read way more places then I can listen to the audio, perhaps a transcript along with the handycam video is possible?

  • Report this Comment On March 31, 2012, at 4:41 PM, mesmd wrote:

    Do. You guys always have to end tour articles with the "Steve Jobs" atricle about the co. He always wanted to crush? We got the point that you want us to buy your monthly publication, but should you do this under the auspicies of this new world dominator co. Then keep us listening more to your pitch to buy your magazine waiting to find out what this company calls itself! You keep us glued to the video and still never reveal it's name unless we sign up for your paid publication. I know a free trial, but you were going to reveal this tremendous company to invest in???? Sounds like a waste of our times listening to an empty promise that the title of your video promises. Is this extortion or just your clever way to get us to listen to your advertisement for your monthly magazine?

    Finally, I had to google what I thought this Co. was and saved 20 mins. of your pitch. Amt great; why did you not say it's name in the beginning instead of keeping us hostage?

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