The DVB is working hard on the next phase of OTT delivery, writes DVB Project Head of Technology Peter Siebert.
As an early advocate and keen user of IMF, Netflix is well placed to help develop and improve the format, writes Netflix Technical Integrations Manager and SMPTE TC 35PM Florian Schleich.
The collaboration between IBC and the TM Forum will give media-telco convergence projects prominence at IBC and at the TM Forum’s Digital Transformation World, writes TM Forum Chief Executive Nik Willetts.
Econet has been recognised for its positive social impact and innovation in employing new technology to connect southern African audiences with global content.
Video: Audiences viewing habits are changing but what is the future for traditional linear TV?
TV will evolve into a more immersive, personalised and interactive medium exclusively delivered over the internet in the not too distant future, predicted Matthew Postgate.
BBC Studios Chief Executive Tim Davie, Discovery Networks International President and Chief Executive Jean-Briac ‘JB’ Perrette and YouTube Chief Product Officer Neal Mohan are to deliver keynotes at the IBC2018 Conference.
NAB 2018: Analyst Ben Keen on the dynamic clash of cultures between internet platforms and traditional broadcasting businesses.
David Kline, EVP and Chief Information & Technology Officer, Viacom on responding to – and inspiring – change.
A drop in Oscars viewing figures and broadcasters’ plans for Paralympics coverage.
The Royal Television Society (RTS) took the lilt and inference of the property and design franchise show Love It or List It for an evening panel session on the stark implications of eye-catching buy-outs in the media markets.
The Royal Television Society (RTS) has launched its fourth career event to help those keen to forge a career in the television industry.
With many in the broadcast equipment sector flocking to Dubai for CABSAT, the IABM has produced a regional report on the Middle East and Africa.
IBC2017: Facebook Watch: creating a community for new content, growing audience and making money.
HDR will soon be just as much about delivering great video experiences to tablets and smartphones as it is about delivering to the UHD TV in the living room.
IBC2017: Greater personalisation and segmentation are among the main priorities for pay TV services.
The Platform Futures stream will provide insight into the impact of new methods of distribution of content and the changing face of the pay TV industry, writes Bill Scott.
Sky Deutschland is changing from a sports and film-orientated broadcaster towards a fully-fledged family entertainment company. CEO Carsten Schmidt explains how.
Could 5G be the answer to the consumer demand for high capacity video delivery in a mobile-centric landscape?
As OTT content grows in popularity, the challenge is to adopt models and tools that provide revenue in keeping – or outpacing – traditional delivery methods.
The total number of Netflix subscribers will increase from 89 million in 2016 to 128 million by 2022, according to a report by Digital TV Research.
Netflix and Amazon Prime Video continue to dazzle Hollywood – and viewers – with their offering of impressive quarter-year results and new subscriber growth.
Commercial TV across Europe is having a hard time holding onto its key clients, who are not viewers but advertisers.
Will the move to OTT streaming by satellite channels gather momentum? Does it always make business sense?
Snell Advanced Media’s (SAM) Digital Fact Book has been used to create a new industry-wide glossary by the IABM.
TV as a medium is undergoing two notable changes - dispersion and atomisation.
Each quarter, TiVo seeks real consumer opinions to uncover key trends relevant to pay-TV providers, digital publishers and CE manufacturers.
Chinese mobile video consumers spend more time watching videos on smartphones than other connected devices, including connected TVs and computers.
Streaming media technologies have evolved over the past few years. HTTP-based adaptive streaming is today the technology of choice for streaming over the Internet.
Manipulating video to share with an audience is no longer the preserve of the established few, says Christian Dutilleux, CEO, Deltacast
Erik Huggers is CEO at music specialist Vevo. He delivered a keynote address at IBC2016.
It can sometimes be a challenge persuading partners to work with us. It was initially a strategic bet on both parts that we could be a real complimentary content service and not cannibalistic.