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    Industry Trends

    Britbox: ‘Too little, too late?’


    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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    ITV closes in on programmatic ad tech deal


    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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    Industry Trends

    Getting to the core of Apple TV+


    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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    Apple unveils new streaming service


    Apple has launched Apple TV+, a subscription streaming service that will include original content and be available via the firm’s overhauled Apple TV app. 

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    Netflix eschews Apple alliance


    Netflix chief executive Reed Hastings has confirmed that the SVOD service won’t be available via Apple TV, which is expected to be announced next Monday. 

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    PSBs future jeopardised by VOD


    The House of Lords has launched a public inquiry to investigate the future of public service broadcasters amid rising concerns Netflix and Amazon will overthrow traditional broadcasters.

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    BBC & ITV to launch UK-based Netflix rival


    The BBC and ITV have confirmed rumours that they will launch a new streaming service for UK audiences, more than ten years after a similar project was proposed and then blocked.

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    Industry Trends

    Why broadcasters are doubling down on dynamic ad insertion


    With scale being one of the main drivers for success in the dynamic ads market, is RTL’s acquisition of Yospace the shape of things to come?

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    DAZN accelerates into Spain


    Innovation and partnerships will be the key to DAZN’s success, says the firm’s senior vice president Peter Parmenter, who spoke at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona the day before DAZN launched its platform in Spain.

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    Industry Trends

    Telco leaders bullish on benefits of 5G


    Powerful capabilities and functionalities powered by 5G will not only change the media and entertainment industry but revolutionise global economies, according to industry leaders speaking at Mobile World Congress. 

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    Industry Trends

    Driverless cars and the content opportunity


    If the advent of driverless cars provides a fourth screen via which travellers access content, apps and services, who will provide the content? George Malim explores the opportunities and assesses which organisations could become the in-car content providers.

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    Executive Interviews

    Interview: Richard Halliwell, Atrium


    A drama commissioning club for telcos, Atrium launched nearly two years ago with great fanfare and a mission to help regional telcos compete with global streamers for high-end drama projects. Tim Dams checks in on Atrium’s progress so far.

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    Industry Trends

    Telcos place big bets on unproven content strategies


    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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    Industry Trends

    Why we built it ourselves


    There is an increasing trend among those who create and distribute content to build their own systems and solutions.

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    Is Apple launching its TV service in April?


    Apple is reported to be in the final stages of preparing to launch its video on-demand streaming service.

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    SVOD viewing to equal broadcast TV by 2023


    China and North America will lead the market for streaming video on-demand services with subscribers set to grow to 743 million in the next four years.

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    Huawei 'crisis' meeting & Google under fire


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

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    Industry Trends

    Super Bowl LIII: Who watched the game?


    The final whistle of Super Bowl LIII sounded on Sunday ending its lowest scoring head-to-head in history and the build up to its perennially anticipated half-time show saw numerous high profile drop outs in support of Colin Kaepernick. Ross Biddiscombe explores how the event’s viewership fared.

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    Sports content to boost global content spend


    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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    Apple CEO bets on video to drive revenue growth


    Announcing its fiscal first quarter results for 2019 yesterday, Apple boss Tim Cook revealed “huge changes in customer behaviour” set to drive Apple’s strategy for the year ahead.