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Netflix boss bets on art over science

2019-06-24T11:41:00+01:00By

Netflix chief content office Ted Sarandos is confident audiences will pay for multiple streaming services and dispelled rumours of data harvesting and sports rights investment.

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Is content still King for the Gen Z audience?

2019-03-04T10:30:00+00:00

With SVOD set to be the biggest media story of 2019, Brave Bison CEO and IBC Content Steering Group chair Claire Hungate asks if linear broadcasters have overlooked innovation and ignored their audiences.

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Mediaset takes over 9.6% stake of ProSiebensat.1

2019-05-29T11:25:00+01:00By

ProSiebenSat.1 has had a stake of its business acquired by Italian-based Mediaset as it seeks to diversify its international outlook and invest in the future of European TV.

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Dailymotion to pay Mediaset €5.5m for copyright infringement

2019-07-17T11:17:00+01:00By

Online platform Dailymotion has been ordered to pay Mediaset €5.5m in damages for copyright breaches relating to 995 videos that date back to 2006.

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Disrupting the sports production process

2019-07-12T15:02:00+01:00Sponsored by

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.

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DAZN eyes NFL rights bid & Canal+ confirms job cuts

2019-07-12T09:37:00+01:00By

Your guide to what’s happened this week in the media, entertainment and technology industry.

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How streamer spend is reshaping programme making

2019-07-11T14:21:00+01:00By Tim Dams

The rise of the streaming platforms has sparked a production boom, affecting superindie groups through to smaller indies. It has had a major impact on all genres of programme making too -  and the way that shows are now financed. Tim Dams reports.

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WarnerMedia confirms D2C HBO Max service

2019-07-10T15:42:00+01:00By

HBO has unveiled its new direct-to-consumer streaming service, which will be launched in 2020 and is set to offer legacy favourites and original content.

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African football bosses call out BeoutQ on piracy

2019-07-08T12:54:00+01:00By

BeoutQ has been condemned by the Confédération Africaine de Football for illegally broadcasting every group phase of the African Cup of Nations.

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Vivendi takes legal route against Mediaset

2019-07-08T12:39:00+01:00By

Vivendi has launched a lawsuit against Mediaset in an effort to assert its rights as a shareholder in the Italian broadcaster.

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Virgin TV boss calls government to review RTÉ

2019-07-08T10:56:00+01:00By

Virgin Media TV managing director has called for a government review of RTÉ’s hybrid model, urging an inquiry ahead of additional funding or changes to the licence fee model.

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Women’s World Cup scores with viewers worldwide

2019-07-04T13:32:00+01:00By

The 2019 Women’s World Cup is drawing to a close, but the tournament has already broken viewing records worldwide, writes Ross Biddiscombe.

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Can Quibi crack the short form market?

2019-07-03T13:02:00+01:00By Tim Dams

With a $1bn programming budget, Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman’s premium short form platform Quibi has attracted a raft top talent to create shows. But can it persuade mobile viewers to part with their cash? Tim Dams reports.

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Discovery appoints Andrew Georgiou as Eurosport president

2019-06-27T10:23:00+01:00By

Discovery has named Andrew Georgiou as president of Eurosport in a role that will also see him oversee sports rights and marketing across the Discovery Group.

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NBC pulls The Office from Netflix in favour of own streaming service

2019-06-26T11:51:00+01:00By

The US version of The Office will be pulled from Netflix 2021 – as NBC makes its own upcoming streaming platform the exclusive home of the popular sitcom.

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IOC awards new Olympic Games broadcast deal

2019-06-20T11:57:00+01:00By

Broadcast rights for the Tokyo 2020 and Paris 2024 Olympic games have been handed to Infront Sports and Media, which will be the exclusive free-to-air rights holder in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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Artificial role of AI in sports production

2019-06-20T11:37:00+01:00By

AI is one of the buzzwords across all sectors, but what impact is it and machine learning having on live sports production? Andy Stout investigates.

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Dish eyeing $6bn deal for T-Mobile-Sprint assets

2019-06-19T11:13:00+01:00By

Dish Network has emerged as the favourite to buy wireless assets T-Mobile and Sprint need to offload to push through their merger, with a $6 billion deal close, according to reports in the US.

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Driving viewer engagement with virtual sets and AR graphics

2019-06-17T15:18:00+01:00By

From AR to the use of gaming engines, producers of live sports coverage increasingly have an armoury of new methods with which to present information and maintain viewer interest. A trio of the leading technology providers speak about their latest innovations.

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UEFA launches free OTT platform

2019-06-14T15:25:00+01:00By

The European football body has unveiled its new free-to-air streaming service, UEFA.tv, which will deliver games live and on-demand across Europe.

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Chernobyl drives Sky's investment in original content

2019-06-13T11:03:00+01:00By

Comcast-backed Sky has confirmed it will double its Europe-wide investment in the development and production of original new content.

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Esports revenue to top $1 billion as broadcasters see the chance to play

2019-06-07T10:48:00+01:00By

Esports isn’t new, but it is growing. According to a new Futuresource report, revenue in esports will hit $1.8 billion by 2023. IBC365 spoke to the consulting firm to find out more about this growing opportunity.

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The esports evolution: Dota 2 championship

2019-06-06T12:20:00+01:00By

IBC365 goes behind the scenes of Dota 2 and speaks with industry experts on the broadcaster opportunities to monetise, engage and deliver.

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Disney+ predicted to take on Netflix and Amazon

2019-06-03T10:46:00+01:00By

The Disney+ streaming service is expected to add 19.2 million subscribers in Western Europe by 2024, driving the next OTT boom, according to Digital TV Research.

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CBS and Viacom merger talks set to resume

2019-05-31T14:31:00+01:00By

Reports from the US claim talks about a CBS/Viacom tie-up are set to reopen in June.

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The key to live content? Make sure it works

2019-05-31T09:33:00+01:00By

At SportTech 2019, a key panel featuring the BBC, DAZN, Tennis TV and Ostmodern discussed the challenges of producing live sport.

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Video: Nordic operators champion FAANG collaboration

2019-05-28T14:42:00+01:00By

Canal Digital chief technology officer Henke Erichsen speaks to IBC365 on the industry challenges and benefits of collaboration.

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Italian regulators give conditional approval to Sky’s Mediaset deal

2019-05-24T12:19:00+01:00By

Agcom will impose three-year exclusive online content ban on Sky Italia if it buys Mediaset’s digital terrestrial pay-TV assets.

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Google's GDPR investigation & Netflix voted best original programmer

2019-05-24T09:29:00+01:00By

Your guide to what’s happened this week in the media, entertainment and technology industry.

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DISH agrees $800m deal for EchoStar’s broadcast satellites

2019-05-22T10:03:00+01:00By

The $800 million transaction will see stock transferred to Echostar shareholders.

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Understanding the esports ecosystem

2019-05-21T16:07:00+01:00By

Esports is emerging as an exciting new market bringing together players from the broadcasting, gaming and sports industries, writes Ian Volans.

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Old rivals become new frenemies

2019-05-15T09:37:00+01:00By

Rival broadcasters are forming new alliances as they look to compete with streaming services.

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IPL stream delivers new live viewer record for Hotstar

2019-05-14T13:54:00+01:00By

Hotstar recorded a ‘global record’ 18m users for its 12 May stream of cricket’s IPL with more than 300m unique viewers watching the tournament overall in 2019

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UK pushes for “robust attack” on BeoutQ

2019-05-13T13:27:00+01:00By

Pirate TV network BeoutQ is under the spotlight after a Committee of UK MPs found more than 100 UK TV channels from the BBC, ITV and C4 were being illegally streamed.

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Interview: Ben Lavender, DAZN

2019-05-13T11:27:00+01:00By Tim Dams

The creator of the BBC iPlayer and now DAZN’s chief product officer, Ben Lavender has led the design and development of the sports streaming service from start-up to launch in nine countries.

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Ginx takes esports direct-to-consumer

2019-05-10T13:03:00+01:00By

International multi-channel TV network Ginx will take esports direct-to-consumers after investment from Sky and ITV and more than 410 active engaged fans globally, CEO Michiel Bakker confirmed.

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New lessons in localisation

2019-05-09T08:29:00+01:00By

The growth in OTT platforms has boosted demand for the localisation and regionalisation of content. And the cloud is proving to be a terrific enabler, writes David Davies.

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Disney sells sports networks in $10.6bn deal

2019-05-07T16:18:00+01:00By

Sinclair Broadcast Group has confirmed the expansions of its sports and cable TV assets in the acquisition of 21 regional sports networks (RSN) from Walt Disney Company.

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Live streaming: The latest solutions

2019-05-07T12:34:00+01:00By

From Facebook to Twitch to YouTube, cleverly integrated production solutions and lower price-points are making high-quality live streaming accessible to those who want to share content across a vast array of platforms.

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Advice for cloud start-ups

2019-04-26T11:39:00+01:00By Tim Dams

In part two of an IBC365 series on cloud adoption, companies that have launched cloud products offer their top tips for how best to bring an idea from the drawing board to the market.

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Journeying into the cloud

2019-04-26T10:54:00+01:00By Tim Dams

In the first of a two-part series on cloud adoption, IBC365 looks at how vendors of varying size and age such as Scality, Signiant, Deluxe, M2A Media and Meta have rolled out cloud solutions for the industry.

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Verizon to sell YouTube TV and Douyu files for IPO

2019-04-26T09:12:00+01:00By

Your guide to what’s happened this week in the media, entertainment and technology industry.

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Britbox: ‘Too little, too late?’

2019-04-11T17:00:00+01:00By

Can the streaming service planned by the BBC and ITV compete with the might of Netflix and Amazon, plus upcoming offerings from Apple, Disney and AT&T?

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MipTV: French TV embraces risk to stay relevant in digital era

2019-04-10T16:31:00+01:00By

A noticeable shift toward greater risk-taking and collaboration by French broadcasters was one of the big talking points at the MipTV programming market in Cannes.

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EU VFX workers in UK urged to apply for settled status

2019-04-03T13:10:00+01:00By

UK-based VFX, post and animation workers have been urged to apply for settled status before Brexit potentially ends free movement.

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Transforming creative workflows: Making great content in the cloud

2019-04-02T11:51:00+01:00

Join IBC365 on demand to explore why creators are turning to cloud to transform the way they make great content.

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ITV closes in on programmatic ad tech deal

2019-03-28T22:02:00+00:00By

UK broadcaster ITV is edging closer to rolling out a programmatic ad tech platform for its live and on-demand service ITV Hub as it plays “catch up” with its use of data and analytics.

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Getting to the core of Apple TV+

2019-03-28T16:08:00+00:00By

In a golden era of storytelling, Apple has turned its attention to reinventing TV and adding healthy competition to the ecosystem, writes Paolo Pescatore

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Disney seals Fox deal and Amazon signs BT Sport

2019-03-22T07:00:00+00:00By

Weekly news round-up: Your guide to what’s happened this week in media, entertainment and technology.

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Innovation at home: Cloud PVRs and wireless STBs

2019-03-18T17:00:00+00:00By

The ongoing evolution of innovative cloud PVRs and wireless/IP-based STBs are among the trends rendering this a highly dynamic part of the broadcast market.

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The power of influencers

2019-03-14T14:03:00+00:00By Tim Dams

With their millions of young followers, online stars and influencers are increasingly being booked by traditional media in an effort to boost ratings and attract crucial 16-34-year-old audiences. But do their millions of followers really translate into millions more viewers for TV?

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Amazon to boost women in technology & Huawei sues the US

2019-03-08T17:00:00+00:00By

Your guide to what’s happened this week in the media, entertainment and technology industry.

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International Women's Day: Tips for success

2019-03-08T12:40:00+00:00By

Tips on how to succeed in the sometimes male-dominated creative, technical and leadership positions in the media, entertainment and tech industry.

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Interview: Melissa Payne, IMG Media

2019-03-06T07:00:00+00:00By Tim Dams

IMG Media vice president and head of technology operations Melissa Payne on providing coverage for the world’s biggest sporting events and what can be done to encourage more women into technical roles.

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Interview: Carolina Costa, DoP

2019-03-05T15:01:00+00:00By

In the second in a series of interviews with inspirational women in the run up to International Women’s Day, director of photography Carolina Costa reveals what motivates her.

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Interview: Margareta Törnblad, Telia

2019-02-22T11:10:00+00:00By Tim Dams

Swedish telco Telia Company is pushing ever more heavily into TV with recent deals such as its $1bn acquisition of Bonnier Broadcasting, echoing a strategy of leading telcos around the world. Margareta Törnblad, head of media and entertainment at Telia, explains the firm’s thinking.

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Craft leaders: Adam Gough, Editor

2019-02-20T10:25:00+00:00By

Roma editor Adam Gough on his route into the industry and what it was like working with Alfonso Cuarón on the Oscar-nominated film.

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Oscars 2019: Inside the Best Film Editing category

2019-02-20T10:23:00+00:00By

From an eccentric costume drama to the story of the ultimate stadium rockers, what all the nominations in the best film editing category have in common is that their stories are based on real life biographies.

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Facebook called to reform its “digital gangster” status

2019-02-18T18:19:00+00:00By

Democracy is at risk from the malicious and relentless spread of fake news and targeted misinformation of users’ data, a UK Parliamentary report has concluded.

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Telcos place big bets on unproven content strategies

2019-02-18T11:45:00+00:00By George Malim

As telcos gear up for 5G mobile networks and continue to roll-out broadband fibre connections, they are faced with the challenge of increasing revenue so they can support their investment in new infrastructure. George Malim examines the strategies of Verizon, BT and Globe to assess what makes a winning content ...

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The week ahead

2019-02-18T09:31:00+00:00By

Your guide to what’s happening this week in the media, entertainment and technology industry.

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Broadcasting theatre on the big screen

2019-02-15T12:15:00+00:00By

The National Theatre is home to world-class productions and performances, but how are the plays broadcast to cinemas around the world?

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EBU warns of “dire conditions for media freedom”

2019-02-13T15:10:00+00:00By

The European Broadcasting Union has called for immediate action to protect journalists and the freedom of expression.

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Transforming production and broadcast with 5G

2019-02-08T10:16:00+00:00

Join IBC365 on demand to learn how 5G will transform the way content is created.

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Huawei 'crisis' meeting & Google under fire

2019-02-08T07:00:00+00:00By

Your guide to what’s happened this week in the media, entertainment and technology industry.

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Sports content to boost global content spend

2019-02-06T15:57:00+00:00By

Global consumer spend on digital content is set to increase by $23 billion this year, with sports video identified as the key driver of growth.

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Tech giants urge US to adopt GDPR laws

2019-02-05T12:37:00+00:00By

Cisco has joined Apple, Microsoft and IBM in urging the US to follow in the footsteps of the European Union by formalising GDPR-like regulations.

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Managing metadata: Moving deeper into the maze

2019-01-29T16:30:00+00:00By

Metadata has evolved dramatically in recent years, from straightforward descriptions to supporting complex usage in today’s asset management systems. Now AI promises a great leap forwards.

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Google fined £44m for GDPR breach

2019-01-23T16:05:00+00:00By

French watchdog has found Google in violation of “transparency, information and consent,” the first milestone fine under Europe’s strict global data protection regulation (GDPR).

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Whitepaper: Tuning into OTT 2.0

2019-01-09T11:53:00+00:00Brought to you by

This whitepaper explores the opportunities of OTT video distribution in viewership in revenue, the common challenges and considerations by media companies for OTT delivery and the critical elements of an OTT ecosystem.

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Streaming vs cinema: What does the future hold for film?

2019-01-08T12:00:00+00:00By

Netflix rarely releases data about its content but recently broke cover to claim that 45m accounts – nearly a third of its total – had streamed the Sandra Bullock thriller Bird Box in its first week on the platform, a record for a Netflix film, apparently.

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Weekly news round-up: Netflix pulls comedy show and Yankees' bid for Yes Network

2019-01-03T13:08:00+00:00By

Your guide to what’s happened this week in the media, entertainment and technology industry.

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2018's most-read articles

2019-01-03T13:06:00+00:00

From to the use of VR at the Winter Olympics, find out which articles were the most-read in 2018.

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2018’s most-read Tech Advances articles

2018-12-28T06:00:00+00:00By

AI was a hot topic throughout 2018 from transforming productions to global adoption and disruption; blockchain, light field technology and 8K dominated the trends in tech advances.

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2018’s most-read Consumption articles

2018-12-27T06:00:00+00:00By

Futuristic holographic phone, the Premier League rights battle, voice control to enhance UX and personalisation were the hottest topics covered in the most popular Consumption articles.

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2018’s most-read Delivery articles

2018-12-26T06:00:00+00:00By

The fight against FAANG, the rise of niche OTT disruptors and the potential of 5G were among the most-read Delivery articles in 2018.

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2018’s most-read Management articles

2018-12-25T06:00:00+00:00By

The battle for codecs intensified and dominated the most-read content management articles along with cyber security and interviews with 21CF and Aljazeera executives.

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On-demand Webinar: Esports goes mainstream

2018-12-21T12:01:00+00:00Brought to you by

Join IBC365 on-demand to hear industry experts explain how esports is transforming live content and reaching new audiences as it crosses into the mainstream and catches the attention of the biggest media businesses.

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2018 review: January to June

2018-12-19T11:35:00+00:00By

The first instalment of a two-part round-up of the main talking points of 2018 includes the battle for net neutrality, 5G advances at the Winter Olympics, the Premier League rights battle and a Facebook scandal that still haunts the social media giant.

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Weekly news round-up: UK govt publishes Facebook documents & BT blocks Huawei's 5G

2018-12-06T16:19:00+00:00By

Your guide to what’s happened this week in the media, entertainment and technology industry.

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2019: The year of “significant” cloud adoption?

2018-12-06T07:00:00+00:00By

BBC, Discovery and ITV amongst first adopters of cloud solutions choosing Amazon ahead of Google and Microsoft.

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Interview: Tanya Laird, Esports Ambassador

2018-11-30T12:36:00+00:00By

Esports could help shape the future of broadcast according to executive Tanya Laird, who spoke about the need for a “melting pot” of collaboration and interaction.

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Interview: Jo Twist, Ukie

2018-11-29T07:00:00+00:00By

With esports growing fast, there are opportunities for broadcasters to get involved, the head of games trade body Ukie Dr Jo Twist tells IBC365.

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Five shows that changed society

2018-11-21T11:42:00+00:00By

To mark World Television Day, we have assembled a list of five influential television programmes that have gone on to have a distinct impact on society.

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Film-making for change: “My camera is my weapon”

2018-11-21T10:41:00+00:00By

Award-winning documentary maker Deeyah Khan’s work has educated, empowered and inspired change. She explains what motivates her and why storytelling is so vital.

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Analysis: Delivering the 5G windfall

2018-11-15T14:23:00+00:00By

US telcos are anxious to get their hands on 5G spectrum, but where will it come from, and who will benefit from the auction?

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The art of animation success

2018-11-09T11:00:00+00:00By Lorcan Archer

Based out of Kilkenny in Ireland, Irish animation studio Cartoon Saloon has racked up Oscar nominations and interest from streaming platforms. Paul Young of Cartoon Saloon explains how OTT content hunger is fuelling the global animation market.

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DAZN: The Netflix of sports?

2018-11-07T17:48:00+00:00By

Just two years old, DAZN has spent hundreds of millions acquiring sports rights in a bid to win subscribers to its subscription streaming service. But will its big spending ways pay off? Ross Biddiscombe profiles the OTT platform that’s disrupting the sports broadcasting industry.

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Craft leaders: John Mathieson, Cinematographer

2018-11-06T15:38:00+00:00By

The craft of cinematography is at risk in this era of digitally shot films, warns Oscar-nominated DoP John Mathieson, whose latest films include Mary Queen of Scots and Pokémon: Detective Pikachu.

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On-demand webinar: Why telcos need content and content providers need telcos

2018-11-05T18:24:00+00:00

Join this IBC365 webinar on demand to discuss how the boundaries between broadcasters, pay TV platforms, OTT operators and telecoms providers are blurring.

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How Serie A went OTT with IMG

2018-11-02T11:41:00+00:00By

IMG’s entry into the OTT marketplace with its new Serie A service has ramped up the battle for sports audiences on digital platforms after a couple of years of cautious rights buying by the likes of Amazon and Facebook.

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Weekly news round-up: Trump's spectrum strategy & Saudi pirates targeted

2018-11-02T11:30:00+00:00By

Your guide to what’s happened this week in the media, entertainment and technology industry.

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Drone racing: Filming a new kind of sports story

2018-11-02T11:29:00+00:00By

Drones are not only smaller than Formula 1 cars, they’re quicker too. Aurora Media Worldwide’s coverage of the DR1 drone-racing league has given the production team the chance to help shape the sport from the ground up.

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Blockchain: The beer necessities

2018-11-01T16:17:00+00:00By Steve Fairclough

Despite the light-hearted company name of Space Beers, co-founder Maurice Schutte is very serious about filmmaking and utilising blockchain to help him do so. IBC365 spoke to Schutte to discover more…

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Trailblazing blockchain solutions

2018-10-31T14:04:00+00:00By Steve Fairclough

The Swiss company SingularDTV is one of the world’s leaders in developing blockchain applications for creative industries. IBC365 spoke to its co-founder Kim Jackson to go ‘under the hood’ of what blockchain is all about.

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Weekly news round-up: Google faces gender pay gap action & Netflix borrows $2bn more

2018-10-26T10:36:00+01:00By

Your guide to what’s happened this week in the media, entertainment and technology industry.

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From pay-per-view to VR: Where live music meets the future

2018-10-26T09:29:00+01:00By

A raft of new technology is enabling people to watch their favourite artists in many different ways – and all from the comfort of their own homes.

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On-demand webinar: Accelerating innovation across Media & Entertainment

2018-10-23T15:14:00+01:00

This IBC365 webinar outlines and explains the collaborative Media-Telecom Catalyst innovation programme and how you can get involved in designing solutions to current media & entertainment challenges.

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