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Tesco Acquires We7

The retail giant purchases 91 percent of Peter Gabriel's music service, with the goal of buying the other 9 percent soon.
Featured News, Posted 19 Jun 2012

London 2012: The Biggest Online Video Event Ever

From the BBC to broadcasters in Germany, France, Spain, and across Europe, the online video coverage of the 2012 London Olympics will be unlike any other streaming event you've seen
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Jun 2012

Localisation of Online Video: Viewing the Bigger Picture

It's time to stop approaching localisation efforts on a piecemeal basis, and instead come at it from a strategic, big-picture standpoint
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Jun 2012

The Disconnected Home: The House of the Future Needs Re-Booting

Connected technology is brilliant -- until it isn't. When everything that can go wrong does, home is no longer as safe as houses.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Jun 2012

Xstream Creates Newspaper App for Samsung Smart TVs, Blu-rays

The daily newspaper is now on television, thanks to a first-of-its-kind app created by Denmark's Xstream.
Featured News, Posted 22 May 2012

Commentary—Ad Revenue, Distance Learning, and Piracy: Three White Elephants Waiting to be Shot Down

For too long, the viability of ad revenue-supported content, distance learning, and piracy prevention has gone unquestioned. That's because, once you dig a little deeper, you find that none of them work the way they're supposed to.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Apr 2012

London Olympics Could Reach One Billion Digital Viewers

Deltatre, the company supplying data services to the BBC and NBCOlympics.com for the London games, says online viewership will almost certainly pass a half billion, and may approach one billion.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Apr 2012

Listen Up Hollywood: Copy Protection Needs to Go

It's time to give the people what they want and let them enjoy their movies anytime, anywhere, and on any device.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Apr 2012

U.K. Retailers Watch Walmart’s UltraViolet Campaign

UltraViolet will require mass studio and consumer electronics support to succeed, but some are reluctant to take the first step.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Apr 2012

Sky Unveils NOW TV, But No Pricing

New service from Sky will offer on-demand, pay-per-view access to hundreds of films and other content.
Featured News, Posted 21 Mar 2012

Cisco Will Acquire NDS Group

Deal brings player and security resources to Cisco's Videoscape platform, as well as expansion opportunities for India and China.
Featured News, Posted 15 Mar 2012

UK Regulator Turns Focus on Netflix, Lovefilm

Competition Commission's investigation into BSkyB's subscription services will now take into account the impact of Netflix and Lovefilm's entrance into the online movie delivery service in the UK
Featured News, Posted 14 Mar 2012

The State of Media and Entertainment 2012

Content owners, device manufacturers, and distribution platforms all vie for their piece of the pie.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Mar 2012

IP&TV Preview: Bridge Technologies Debuts OTT Monitoring Solution

Offering lets operators monitor real-time analytics from a variety of streaming devices.
Featured News, Posted 05 Mar 2012

StreamUK Scores a Goal with Liverpool, Expands in Sport Market

After helping the Liverpool FC create a successful subscription service, StreamUK is moving into new European territory.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Feb 2012

Streaming Tank Webcasts McLaren, Britain's Got Talent

London-based Streaming Tank has grown exponentially the last six years, and now has a client roster including Coca-Cola, Starbucks, McLaren, and Britain's Got Talent
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2012

Scandinavians Lead the Way in OTT Video: Here's What's Next

Whether it's advertising options or consumer choice, broadcasters can offer more when linear TV and streaming video work together.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Feb 2012

To DRM or not to DRM: Commentary

DRM will always have a place, but content owners should spend more time creating innovative distribution models like Netflix that are easy-to-use and priced right.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Feb 2012

Creating an HTML5 Website Strategy

When Deutsche Welle, Germany's national broadcaster, decided to move to HTML5, it mapped out all the issues and challenges it would face.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Feb 2012
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