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  • SCTE Net Zero

    SCTE focuses on net zero


    IBC2023: Anthony Basham, President of SCTE, one of the co-owners of IBC2023, said the Society of Broadband Professionals (SCTE) was focusing on the telco net zero challenge in a landmark session on the Monday afternoon at IBC2023 in Amsterdam.

  • 4. Canal Plus in talks to buy Orange’s film and TV operations

    Canal Plus in talks to buy Orange’s film and TV operations


    French pay-TV operator Canal Plus has entered into exclusive talks to buy the film and pay TV operations of telco Orange.

  • 3SS and P3 team for Android OS in-car infotainment
    Daily News

    3SS and P3 team for Android OS in-car infotainment


    Software provider 3 Screen Solutions (3SS) partnered with automotive infotainment solutions specialist provider P3 to build an in-car infotainment system for in-car displays built on Google’s Android Automotive OS.

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    Demo: Android TV management: Key features and benefits


    IBC2022: Android TV is making notable inroads among TELCO operators worldwide: it’s currently the operating system of choice for more than 160 TELCO operators. In 2011, nearly 88% of all US households subscribed to a pay-TV service. Ten years later, that number is now down to 65.3%. AT&T, DirecTV, and ...

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    Daily News

    Gravity attracts Production Centre to White City


    Gravity Media will open its second London production centre - in the White City media campus - later this year, joining existing production centres in London (Chiswick), Manchester, Sydney, Melbourne and San Francisco.

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    Daily News

    SDMC and Amlogic partner for Android TV


    SDMC, a professional Google-licenced company for set-top boxes based on Android TV, and fabless semiconductor company Amlogic have completed the integration of Google Common Broadcast Stack (CBS) on Android TV STBs for cable operators, telcos and satellite TV service providers.

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    Daily News

    ‘Content as a Service’ for telcos


    TalkTalk TV was one of the first telcos to go live with a ‘Content as a Service’ model enabling it to benefit from multi-screen streaming TV technology as well as a fully managed service that includes operations and content management. The launch made TalkTalk the first in Europe to offer ...

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    EBU re-elects president and vice-president, confirms Noel Curran as DG


    Delphine Ernotte-Cunci and Petr Dvořák have been re-elected to serve a second two-year mandate as president and vice-president of the executive board at the European Broadcasting Union, while UA:PBC’s Mykola Chernotytskyi and BR’s Dr Katja Wildermuth have taken up vacant positions on the board.

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    Daily News

    Agile Content reports 160% revenue growth in 2021


    Internet-based TV and streaming solutions specialist Agile Content reported strong revenue growth for 2021, with an increase of 160% year-on-year to more than €52 million.

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    Video: The promise of 5G


    Demystifying the hype around 5G, experts discuss the promise and expectations of ultra high-speed mobile connectivity and its potential for the media and entertainment sector. 

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    Industry Trends

    Telco and media M&A: What happens next?


    Legacy media and telecom players have been busy bulking up, but how will they capitalise on their scale to attract and retain more customers?

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    Industry Trends

    Leaping into a new reality


    VFX Oscar winner and Magic Leap SVP Creative Strategy John Gaeta explains how a dimensional internet could lead CG experiences into real world spaces.

  • Michael Chorpash
    Thought Leadership

    IPTV is here – and it’s not just for broadcasters


    Companies in different markets, including many not traditionally focused on AV, are wise to the many possibilities of IPTV, says Michael Chorpash, VP of Sales, Vit.

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    Industry Trends

    Satellites grow from hundreds to many thousands


    Typically, the world’s main satellite operators launch about 20 communications spacecraft into orbit each year. Some are placed to capture new business, while others replace satellites that have reached their ‘end of life’.

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    Executive Interviews

    Peter Kerckhoff: The bridge between telecoms and media


    Operating across the worlds of telecoms and media, Deutsche Telekom’s Kerckhoff believes he understands the challenges and opportunities faced by both markets.