IBC2022 will see the debut of a joint platform from 3 Screen Solutions (3SS) and ContentWise that aims to improve user experience (UX) personalisation through AI and machine learning (ML).
With over 20 hours of research, strategic interviews, presentations, panel discussions and technical papers across two days and two stages, the IBC Conference programme is set to debate the biggest issues, explore the latest trends and technologies, and ask the important questions.
Omdia has been designated as the official research partner for IBC2022. The leading research and advisory group will provide data and trend analysis as well as giving this year’s conference delegates access to its exclusive report, The Advertising Revolution: How CTV, FAST, and AVOD Are Reshaping the TV and Video ...
Open source consultancy Igalia has launched release 1.0 of the Wolvic XR browser.
Home entertainment services received a huge boost during the COVID-19 pandemic, providing a welcome distraction to those forced to stay at home for weeks and sometimes months at a time.
The new USB Fusion from Magewell is a multi-input video capture and switching device which lets users combine camera and wired screenshare sources into live presentations for use in applications such as online lectures, live streaming and news reporting.
Video streaming platform Castr announced a range of enhancements to what it describes as its all-in-one streaming service.
Comcast Technology Solutions announced that its Cloud TV Suite is being deployed by Deutsche Telekom to support the telco’s Magenta TV platform in selected markets.
Video software provider Synamedia has acquired Utelly for an undisclosed sum, gaining a UK-based content discovery platform provider with products targeted at the entertainment industry.
Canada-based live streaming platform provider Castr launched LiveAPI, a set of APIs for building live and on-demand video streaming apps.
Video software provider Synamedia announced that Nordic pay-TV provider Allente is deploying its latest SaaS solutions to protect all streamed TV and video content.
Set-top box (STB) software provider 3 Screen Solutions (3SS) and connected home products specialist Skyworth Digital are supporting new 4K STBs launched by Austrian national broadcast network operator ORS for its hybrid simpliTV service.
Real-time streaming technology company Phenix partnered with Amusnet Gaming, until recently EGT Interactive, as part of the latter’s efforts to take live dealer gaming to a new level.
Video software provider Synamedia revealed that its VIVID Compression platform was one of a range of partners to support UK broadcaster BT Sport’s 8K-UHD broadcast of the Saracens vs. Bristol Bears Gallagher Premiership Rugby in March 2022.
Etisalat UAE, part of e&, has chosen technologies and services from Synamedia and 3 Screen Solutions (3SS) to add a lean back TV experience for its direct-to-consumer (D2C) streaming service, Switch TV.
Comcast-owned Metrological launched its new Lightning partner programme as part of efforts to drive Lightning as a key global standard for TV app and UX development.
3 Screen Solutions (3SS) was one of the partners involved in the launch of a hybrid Android TV service from Nordic pay-TV provider Allente via direct-to-home satellite, IPTV and OTT.
Amid overwhelming choice, the ability to provide a personalised experience can help broadcasters and content owners to differentiate their services. Indeed, as streaming services proliferate, companies should now focus on the customer experience, supported by data that allows them to engage contextually with each customer as a “segment of one”.