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Sports fans are particularly demanding, and rights holders and production companies are under ever-increasing pressure to produce more content, says Tedial vice president products Jérôme Wauthoz.
Amazon and Google have ended a long-running dispute that limited access to each other’s on-demand services on their respective TV platforms.
Active viewers want to be a part of the show they care about, says Kiswe Mobile chief technology officer Francis Zane.
Everybody is interested in AI but not many companies really have AI in production, says Media Distillery chief executive Roland Sars.
Voice is becoming an increasingly important part of content discovery, but can it ever replace the remote control? Ann-Marie Corvin investigates.
Comcast has developed a web-based eye control remote to enable viewers with a physical disability to change the channel, set a recording and search for a programme.
Niantic says Harry Potter: Wizards Unite will bring unprecedented scale to AR gaming. It could also provide a glimpse into the future of entertainment.
Microsoft has announced its next-generation gaming console will support 8K resolution playback and allow 120 frames per second.
The BBC has revealed its broadcast plans for this year’s Glastonbury festival, confirming that viewers and listeners will be able to experience extensive coverage through BBC Sounds and BBC iPlayer.
With the move to the increasingly complex adaptive bit rate (ABR) technology for video transport delivery comes a corresponding increase in quality assurance complexity.
Finnish-based Elisa TV has successfully collaborated and expanded into China to co-produce content and collaborate driving audience engagement and revenue beyond Scandinavia, Elisa’s director of binge business Einari Kanerva tells IBC365.
Voice has unlocked opportunities for broadcasters and platform operators to deliver customised experiences and next-generation TV experiences.