XR, Esports, smart buildings, and the evolution of screens are some of the core topics being discussed at this week’s ISE conference. Adrian Pennington investigates the AV Tech show.
Samsung has launched its new range of flagship smartphone devices, offering the ability to record videos in 8K 24fps.
Smart speakers and their AI controllers are revolutionising how we consume music and spoken word, but are broadcasters and platforms fully exploiting their capabilities for other content, such as video? And how can we trust what the AI offers us?
IBC has extended the deadline for submissions for Technical Papers for IBC2020 to 10 February 2020.
BBC Children’s has launched a new free game for its young viewers, based on original IP, and putting safe environment at the forefront.
In part one of a two-part series, Alana Foster looks at the OTT marketplace. With growing competition among services, will success be driven by content or technology?
The BBC has responded to a petition urging the broadcaster by delaying the switch-off of its red button text services a day before it was planned to be phased out.
Protesters have handed a petition to the UK government and the BBC over the latter’s plans to switch off Red Button services in the coming weeks.
Futurist Amelia Kallman reports from CES 2020 on the good, the bad, and the strange.
UK TV audience measurement firm Barb has begun reporting figures for programme reach and time spent viewing across multiple screens.
Self-driving cars are an inevitability and will unlock the potential for vehicles to transform into a new market for immersive media.
Amelia Kallman reports from CES 2020 on the biggest trends and tech impacting the future of broadcasting.
Delivering solutions that can work effectively across the entire ecosystem of home technologies is going to become even more critical as the voice market evolves.
Short-form streaming service Quibi has unveiled technology that allows viewers to switch between landscape and portrait viewing.
The virtual reality headset market saw 5% growth in 2019, despite a slowing of sales according to research from Futuresource Consulting.
ViacomCBS has partnered with electric vehicle startup Byton to bring content to its new range of M—Byte electric crossover cars which are due to launch later this year.
The evolution of immersive content has moved from novelty ideas to realities with live audio streaming, 8K+ rendering and 360-degree video creation as a service explored in IBC technical papers.