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  • Live sports key to streaming growth, says Kantar report

    Live sports key to streaming growth, says Kantar report


    Live sports are key to unlocking growth in the highly fragmented streaming market, according to a new report from marketing data and analytics company Kantar.

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    Industry Trends

    The Fast Lane: How F1 TV Tackled Live Streaming at Scale


    Surely, this should be easier? It’s a question many of us will have asked, and it is one that F1’s streaming team asked at IBC2023, talking about the technical difficulties of live streaming racing events, reports Andrew Williams.

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    Daily News

    Insys Video Technologies partners with Abner Labs


    Insys Video Technologies, an OTT software provider based in Poland, and Abner Innovation Laboratories have partnered in order to address the way sports fans watch and bet on live sports.

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    Sports Rights Ownership Fragments as Western Market Spend hits $35bn


    Broadcast rights to popular sports competitions are increasingly being split across a growing number of services in major Western markets, according to research from Ampere Analysis.

  • High Performance Sporting Case Studies

    High Performance Sporting Case Studies


    IBC2023: Live sports are consistently among the most valuable forms of media content. As broadcasters, sports streamers and tech giants battle it out and invest heavily to secure high profile media rights, they need reliable, efficient and scalable technology to ensure rock-solid live coverage across traditional linear distribution and digital ...

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    IMG Tackles Non-live Rugby World Cup Production


    Japan 2019 was the first World Cup to have an independent host broadcast operation. Previously responsibility had rested with the leading domestic broadcaster (as ITV did in 2015, for example).

  • Sports Streaming at Scale

    Sports Streaming at Scale


    IBC2023: TelevisaUnivision launched its new streaming platform, ViX, to provide global Spanish-speaking audiences with high quality live news, entertainment, and sports content. Through an innovative and unique partnership with media technology solutions provider LTN, TelevisaUnivision’s sports division, TUDN, delivers language-tailored, culturally relevant live sports streaming coverage of 4,500 live events ...

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    Daily News

    Gravity Media invests in Sony cameras


    Gravity Media has invested in a large number of new Sony cameras to upgrade and expand its global camera fleet, mainly for live sports production, including Formula E motor racing and ATP Tour tennis.

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    Industry Trends

    Behind the Scenes: Rugby World Cup


    France has one standalone sporting spectacle this year in hosting the Rugby World Cup France 2023 and anticipation of a possible home triumph is building, writes Adrian Pennington. 

  • Going NativeWaves at IBC
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    Going NativeWaves at IBC


    NativeWaves will be showcasing its latest NativeWaves EXP experiences in Hall 5 at IBC this year.

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    IBC2023 Innovation Awards: Judges choose four projects for Content Distribution shortlist


    The driving principle behind the IBC2023 Innovation Awards is to recognise transformative innovations that address real-world challenges.

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    One year countdown to the Paris 2024 Olympics begins for broadcasters


    With one year to go before the Paris 2024 Olympics, the final countdown has begun for those responsible for broadcasting the Games which run from 26 July -11 August, 2024.

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    Industry Trends

    Behind the Scenes: FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand


    The FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand features a number of production firsts including volumetric ‘datatainment’, fully remote live matchday hosting, and a stream dedicated to TikTok – but it is all in HD, reports Adrian Pennington

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    Industry Trends

    Behind the Scenes: Wimbledon 2023


    The Championships, Wimbledon 2023 may feature more UHD and High Dynamic Range coverage than ever this year but it’s the volley of editorial firepower being served up that is the real story of the Championship’s technical production, writes Adrian Pennington.

  • 3. PPV for Kent Cricket with Easel TV
    Daily News

    PPV for Kent Cricket with Easel TV


    Easel TV, which provides software-as-a-service streaming services to enable businesses and content owners to stream high-quality video to consumers, created a pay-per-view (PPV) live sports streaming service for Kent Cricket during the English T20 cricket season.

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    Industry Trends

    Behind the Scenes: French Open 2023 Tennis


    Warner Bros. Discovery told Adrian Pennington for IBC365 how it prepared for the Weekend of Champions.

  • 8. Edgio collaborates with Canadian Hockey League
    Daily News

    Edgio collaborates with Canadian Hockey League


    Edgio announced its collaboration with the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) to provide an integrated platform for the delivery of live and on-demand hockey games broadcasts across Canada.

  • 5. Planetcast wins three Indian sports deals
    Daily News

    Planetcast wins three Indian sports deals


    Planetcast Media Services, a broadcast technology and media services provider in India and Southeast Asia, was selected as media services partner by Indian Premier League (IPL) rights winners Star Sports (domestic TV broadcast), Viacom18 (domestic OTT on JioCinema), and Times Internet (international via Cricbuzz).

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    Industry Trends

    Next-generation XR content: The technical challenges


    Technology consistently offers new ways for video to be made and consumed. AI and XR are two of the new frontiers currently rolling out fresh pathways to be explored.

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    Daily News

    Synamedia flags Cellcom World Cup win


    Video software provider Synamedia indicated that Israeli telco Cellcom used Synamedia Vivid Workflow as a Service (WaaS) low latency streaming to enhance its FIFA World Cup viewing experience.