About

This is iDubba’s official Blog page. All the updates and comments will be posted here. You can join in and give your feedbacks, suggestions and views regarding iDubba.

iDubba (a Morpheus portfolio startup) is a platform for connecting a community of enthusiastic TV viewers to real TV industry. Here is a brief profile of product:

For TV Industry:

   iDubba aims to be business intelligence solution to provide key insights & detailed reports about TV viewing habits & needs of the large Indian audiences. Industry folks can use this relevant and contextual data in making high-impact decisions.

 

We are building an exhaustive TV analytics dashboard.

For Users:

   iDubba is a Social TV platform that makes TV viewing personal, relevant, more social & a lot more fun. Users can track shows, tune-in, leave real-time reactions. Users can also subscribe for reminders, get personalised recommendations via SMS / Email.

 

We have a social online website, FB & Android apps.

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12 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi ,

    I am totally agree with you dear but What i think is that the Creativity is playing major role .

    Creativity in TV Broadcasting is more important now than ever before. Of course, “Creativity” means different things to different people, but in TV Media we mean those programs/serials/channel that are at once enjoyable, relevant, memorable, unexpected, fresh, re-watchable and engaging. They transcend previous ideas to create something new.

    People have always ignored boring or irrelevant channels and actively avoided annoying programs – wouldn’t you? The truth is that,People spend more time with TV than with any other medium and are watching more broadcast TV than they did 10 years ago but that is to miss the point. It is the quality of the time they spend with TV and the effectiveness of the TV advertising they see that counts. To make TV viewing more enjoyable for consumers and more effective for broadcasters the industry needs to continue to raise the creative .

    Others, suggestion ???

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  10. People have always ignored boring or irrelevant channels and actively avoided annoying programs – wouldn’t you? The truth is that,People spend more time with TV than with any other medium and are watching more broadcast TV than they did 10 years ago but that is to miss the point. It is the quality of the time they spend with TV and the effectiveness of the TV advertising they see that counts. To make TV viewing more enjoyable for consumers and more effective for broadcasters the industry needs to continue to raise the creative .
    +1

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