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    The future of linear: Innovation and ads


    IBC2022: The future of linear spurs heated discussions amongst industry execs as streaming continues its incredible growth across the globe. How will linear and non-linear services co-exist in the future, what are the latest innovations (in tech, content) broadcasters put in place to stay relevant and fight for eyeballs, will ...

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    Microsoft at IBC2022 in Amsterdam


    IBC2022: At IBC2022 in Amsterdam, Simon Crownshaw, Worldwide Strategy Director Media and Entertainment, Microsoft, outlined what the company was announcing at the show.

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    ITV outlines streaming plans


    IBC2022: At IBC2022 in Amsterdam, Deep Bagchee, Chief Product Officer at ITV, outlined the company’s plans to supercharge streaming, explaining how significant content investment, a redesigned product and live and Free Ad-supported Streaming TV (FAST) channels are coming together to create an enhanced destination to discover content for the UK’s ...

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    Thought Leadership

    Content Everywhere means great complexity - unless we work together

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    As onboarding continues to be one of the biggest issues faced by those in the VOD supply chain, Rowan de Powerai, DPP CTO, highlights the organisation’s latest guidance on best practices for content supplier onboarding and why it’s recommended reading for both senders and receivers of VOD content. 

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    Industry Trends

    Adapt and grow: How the creative industries embraced the live stream opportunity


    The boom in the live streaming of music and theatrical productions, with the pandemic acting as an innovation catalyst, was the focus of the Royal Television Society Webinar Full Stream Ahead: How the Creative Industries Embraced Live Stream.  

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    Industry Trends

    2021 predictions: What to expect from broadcasters and streamers


    Super-aggregation, sustainability and AI driven efficiencies join cloud deployment as key trends. 

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    Industry Trends

    2020 in review: Public service broadcasters


    While coronavirus may have boosted viewing figures for public service broadcasters, the cancellation of live events and disruption to production on top of the ongoing threat posed by streaming giants and hostile governments combined to make 2020 a challenging year.  

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    Industry Trends

    Who’s winning the streaming war?


    Amid reports that Quibi could be considering a sale, IBC365 reports on the raft of new services and assesses which have thrived and those that have struggled – and weighs up their impact on the likes of Netflix, Amazon Prime and traditional broadcasters.

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    Industry Trends

    Olympic postponement: Consequences for broadcasters


    In a Covid-19 free world, the Tokyo Olympics 2020 would have just come to a close, but the coronavirus pandemic means the event has been delayed until 2021. Ross Biddiscombe investigates what impact this is having on broadcasters across the world.

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    Industry Trends

    How journalism is being targeted and undermined


    Press freedom is facing a dual threat from “fake news” and massive cuts caused by the coronavirus pandemic. George Jarrett looks at how press freedom - cornerstone of broadcasters’ output - can overcome these challenges.

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    Industry Trends

    Dawn of the super aggregator


    The TV business is on the verge of being taken over by super aggregators with pay-tv in pole positioned to lead and SVODs holding the balance of power.

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    Industry Trends

    Social broadcasting: the future of TV


    Live streaming community-building platforms are taking on television and Twitch is at the forefront.

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    BBC announces more cuts across news division


    The BBC is to cut 520 jobs from its news operation as part of a cost savings drive.

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    NBC Universal launches streaming service Peacock


    NBC Universal’s streaming service Peacock officially launched in the US market yesterday, seeking to differentiate itself in a crowded market with ad supported and ad-free versions.

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    Euronews helps UN fight spread of fake news


    Euronews has teamed up with the United Nations’ Verified Initiative to share messages aimed at fighting the spread of fake news.

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    ViacomCBS CEO Bakish reveals OTT plans


    ViacomCBS boss Bob Bakish has revealed plans to add 15,000 hours of new content to its OTT platform CBS All Access as it looks to compete with a raft of new streaming services. 

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    Weekly News Roundup: Disney+ in Japan and HBO Max Launch


    25-29 May: Your guide to what’s happened this week in the media, entertainment and technology industry.

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    Industry Trends

    Breaking the window


    The theatrical window is under threat with streamers capitalising on cinema closure. Will it ever be replaced? Adrian Pennington investigates.

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    Australia’s Foxtel seals HBO Max multi-year deal


    WarnerMedia and Australian pay-TV service Foxtel have announced a new content partnership which has been described as a “major new multi-year licensing agreement.”

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    Industry Trends

    365 playlist: News broadcasting


    To celebrate World Press Day, IBC365 rounds up features on freedom of the press, contingency broadcasting and dangers of front-line reporting as broadcasters look to mitigate fake news and misinformation.