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Biographical Information
Adrian Pennington


Adrian Pennington is a freelance writer based in London whose articles have appeared in The Financial Times, Broadcast, Futuremedia, and New Media Age, among many others.

Articles By Adrian Pennington

HQ Trivia and the Race to Ultra-Low Latency Live Streaming

Live video is getting interactive requiring bidirectional communication with low latency. Companies like Ex Machina, Haivision, nanocosmos, and Wowza—as well as the SRT Alliance—are working on solutions.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 May 2018

The State of Video Advertising 2018

The power and reach of digital video advertising is on the rise, but solving challenges with cross-media measurement and quality metrics top the agenda for the coming year.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Mar 2018

The State of Live Video 2018

Live keeps pay TV in the game; piracy and scalability issues dog streaming; remote production comes of age; and the battle over sports rights has barely begun.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Mar 2018

The State of Mobile Video 2018

Vodafone and Liberty play chess over a megamerger, 5G hunts for business, and AR makes ground over VR. Small devices will make big moves in the year ahead.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Mar 2018

BARB Delays Launch of Dovetail

The eagerly anticipated cross-platform audience monitoring is on hold until BARB can combine two existing metrics into a single measurement
Featured News, Posted 10 Mar 2018

Cable Congress: The Multi-Gigabit Home Needs Multi-Gig WiFi

For service providers to deliver VR, 8K, and other next-gen video services to the home, they'll need to offer gigabit or higher wi-fi. Also, Ben Keen looks at Netflix's dominance in Europe with an eye towards China.
Featured News, Posted 07 Mar 2018

MWC 2018: The Internet's Interface Will Be AR/VR Thanks to 5G

"AI will be woven into every aspect of our lives" as the 5G-enabled cloud takes prominence and phones diminish in importance.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Feb 2018

MWC 2018: With 5G, World Is 'On the Cusp of Hyper Connectivity'

After years of demos and trials, 2018 is the year when 5G finally becomes commercialized. Look for a dramatic impact on the internet of things—but only if security problems are conquered.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Feb 2018

Sky and BT Sport Retain EPL Rights; Amazon to Pick up the Rest?

Pay TV operators pay £4.464 billion for the majority of English Premier League rights through 2022, with two more packages yet to be awarded
Featured News, Posted 13 Feb 2018

Eurosport Grounds Ambitious Olympics in IP Connectivity and the Cloud

Discovery Communications' sports division spent €1.3 billion on pan-European digital and linear rights to Olympic Games until 2024, and aims to make every second of every event from PyeongChang available on multiple platforms.
Featured News, Posted 30 Jan 2018
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