SVG Lunchtime Links 5-10-12

Introducing SVG Lunchtime Links, a thrice-weekly series that encapsulates the hottest news items everyone is talking about over lunch today.  Each day, the SVG editorial staff scours dozens of online publications to find the most intriguing storylines facing the sports video industry today. Here’s a roundup of what’s new and what matters:

Time Warner Cable Stepping Up Its Game in L.A. Sports Programming (Los Angeles Times)

Cable Coalition Could Enrich NFL (MediaPost)

The App is Dead (OK Not Really, But The Browser Is Back) (Read Write Web)

Beyond Smart TV: ‘Surfaces’ Prototype Reveals the Television of Tomorrow (Wired)

Guest Post: Investment Banker Perspective on Sale of Harris Broadcast (Devoncroft)

70% of All TVs Shipped During 2016 To Offer Internet Connectivity, Says IMS Research (Broadcast Engineering)

How Social TV Is Changing the Field for Sports (Advertising Age)

The Digital Ballpark Is Here to Stay (Huffington Post)

Under New Management: Sony, Panasonic Seek Rebound (Reuters)

Cisco Gives Grim Outlook for Tech (The Wall Street Journal)

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