2022-09-10T09:49:00+01:00Sponsored by Goose
IPTV is still the main engine for Pay-TV business to get more users in the next 6 years. In order to have better financial performance and up-to-date technologies, more and more ISPs choose to migrate to SaaS platforms. Though the SaaS platform helps ISPs reduce the platform cost significantly, they ...
2022-08-08T11:24:00+01:00Brought to you by Hoppr
When it comes to content experiences available to consumers worldwide, I am reminded of the opening lines of Dickens’ “Tale of Two Cities.” We truly do live in the best – and worst – of times, writes Hoppr Chief Revenue Officer Emilia Ong.
2022-04-14T12:54:00+01:00By Sergio Grce
The world’s largest video streaming platforms alone account for a few billion users globally. Live video is demanding far more bits per second than any other type of internet usage. In 2019, Cisco estimated that video would make up at least 80% of the 4.8 zetabytes of data being delivered ...
2022-02-03T09:54:00+00:00By Kat Savage
As Rise 2021 draws to a close, Kat Savage writes her fourth article for IBC365 and reflects on what being a part of the mentoring programme has meant for her and the progress she has made over the past six months.
2022-01-26T16:04:00+00:00Brought to you by Friends MTS
Producing and protecting exclusive content is crucial to securing future revenues, says John Ward, Executive Vice-President Americas, Friend MTS
2022-01-04T10:59:00+00:00Brought to you by Metrological
Increasingly, pay TV operators are having to act as ‘super aggregators’ and make OTT an integrated part of their ecosystem, by Jeroen Ghijsen, CEO Metrological / VP Comcast CTS business affairs at Comcast
2021-12-22T14:51:00+00:00By Spencer Stephens
MovieLabs has published a recommended set of security practices for anyone that uses cloud services for production, writes Spencer Stephens.
2021-12-16T16:41:00+00:00Brought to you by ZTE
With the soaring development of mobile networks, cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT) and AI technologies, the integration of connectivity and computing capability is empowering various industries writes David Davies.
2021-12-14T20:36:00+00:00By Kat Savage
In her third article for IBC365, Discovery lead transmission operator Kat Savage writes about three of the Rise mentoring programme sessions that have improved her confidence and boosted her mental wellbeing.
2021-12-09T12:14:00+00:00Brought to you by Deltatre
Consumers will expect more than video as new forms of data allow for ‘tremendous engagement’ opportunities, writes Jeff Volk, head of commercial, Americas
2021-12-09T12:03:00+00:00Brought to you by SDVI Corporation
Media platform developments are making it easier to move and receive content with minimal processing redundancy and duplication of work, writes Geoff Stedman, SDVI
2021-11-29T12:02:00+00:00Brought to you by Accedo
Different approaches will be required for different stages of the customer lifecycle as the video services market continues to mature writes Michael Lantz of Accedo.
The open-source software enables pay TV operators to develop and launch new, user-friendly services for video streaming and more, writes Gary Hamer, senior vice-president of sales and business development, SmartLabs.
2021-11-29T11:47:00+00:00Brought to you by Simplestream
There has never been a better time to launch an OTT service, writes Adam Smith, Simplestream.
As well as addressing sustainability issues, content providers need to build in greater flexibility in order to attract and retain audiences writes Marc Baillavoine, Quortex
2021-11-29T11:25:00+00:00By Mware TV
Our focus is on supplying a turnkey, comprehensive solution for IPTV and OTT services that is also highly flexible, writes Cees van Versendaal, MwareTV.
2021-11-29T11:12:00+00:00Brought to you by castLabs
Concurrent stream limiting can help combat password-sharing, whilst AI could be set to have a major impact on content discovery in the OTT market writes Michael Stattmann, castLabs
2021-11-18T12:23:00+00:00Brought to you by iWedia
With demand for OTT services and content growing at an explosive rate, the market is seeing a rise in FAST services - free, ad-supported TV – that enable consumers to stream content at no cost, if they are willing to accept advertisements writes Krsto Lazić, Sales Manager at iWedia.
Taking the time to tutor students and introduce them to the world of TV, broadcasting and technology is essential if we want to boost diversity in our industry, writes Rise managing director Carrie Wootten.