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Voddler To Launch Live Streaming Solution

The Swedish group is also targeting emerging markets in APAC and MEA with its VoddlerNet peer-assisted delivery platform
Featured News, Posted 26 Aug 2016

Electrifying OTT Services With the Cloud: Going Beyond the Box

Though fraught with challenges, the move to the cloud for DVR, UI-UX, and ad insertion is helping service providers and operators maximize revenue and deliver a better experience to their subscribers.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 Aug 2016

Online Video Piracy: Serious Threat or Seriously Overblown?

Video piracy is widespread, but there's no consensus on how big the problem is or the best response to it. Are the biggest media companies in Hollywood throwing their money away trying to fight it?
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Aug 2016

Netflix's Future Is Outside the U.S.: International Subs Growing

Just as Netflix's domestic growth is tapering, its international investment is paying off. Netflix will have more international than domestic subs by 2018.
Featured News, Posted 23 Aug 2016

5G Momentum is Building

4G will eventually be unable to cope with the growth in video data. Multiple 5G network launches are predicted by 2020, but experts warn rollout will take far longer, as business model questions remain.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Aug 2016

Net Insight's Sye Claims to Solve OTT Latency and Sync

Swedish software developer says its new technology offers frame-accurate sync with broadcast, making it ideal for second-screen sports viewing, and is currently in commercial tests with customers including Tata Communications
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Aug 2016

Survey: Consumers Willing to Pay More for 4K

At least that's what both TV and OTT video service providers believe, according to a study from SNL Kagan and Irdeto
Featured News, Posted 01 Aug 2016

2016 Streaming Media Europe Readers' Choice Awards: Now Accepting Nominations

We'll be accepting nominations until 29 August for the only awards program in the industry where end users get to pick the winners. This year, we've added new categories, including VR/360° video and enterprise.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Aug 2016

Subscribers Want More Flexibility From Their Pay TV Subscriptions

When preparing for a month-long holiday, subscribers want to easily pause their TV accounts, then restart them when they return.
Featured News, Posted 21 Jul 2016

OTT Video Revenue to Swell to $65 Billion Worldwide by 2021

Subscription services currently make up the largest share of online video revenues, but advertising-based services will take the lead by 2020.
Featured News, Posted 19 Jul 2016

Live VR/360° Video Gets Social

NextVR, LiveLikeVR, Greenfish Labs, and others are pushing to make live sports VR/360°viewing more social with avatars, spatial audio, and more
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Jul 2016

Sky Confirms August UHD Launch

UHD service will go live on Sky Q Silver box with movies, drama, and Premier League, and could find traction where BT Sport has lagged
Featured News, Posted 14 Jul 2016

Arkena Partners With Akamai to Grow Global Media Services

As the newest member of Akamai's NetAlliance Partner Program, Arkena will be able to offer its media management services for global distribution.
Featured News, Posted 11 Jul 2016

Streaming Services Put a Dent in Online Video Piracy, Finds IPO

As fair-priced legal video and audio streaming services grow in popularity, pirate activity goes down, says the Intellectual Property Office.
Featured News, Posted 06 Jul 2016

Brexit Could Be Devastating for UK Tech and Creative Industries

Tech powerhouses like Google and Facebook have embraced London, but following the stunning referendum results, Britain's film, TV, and OTT industries could see talent and funding dry up
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Jun 2016

Why Apple, Microsoft, or Amazon Will Win the the Living Room

Google and Sony are dark horse candidates, while Roku and TiVo don't stand a chance. And as for Plex, it had better pray that it gets acquired.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Jun 2016

Ad Personalisation is a Relationship, Not a One-Night Stand

As live streaming grows, providers and advertisers need to work together to offer viewers experiences that gain their trust and offer them a long-term, personal experience
Featured Articles, Posted 27 May 2016

Netflix and Amazon Prime Face European Commission Content Quota

Under new rules from the European Commission, the SVOD services must ensure that at least 20 percent of their catalogs are of European origin.
Featured News, Posted 26 May 2016

LaLiga Streaming on Facebook Live, a First for European Football

This Saturday, fans around the world can live stream a match between Atletico Madrid and Athletic Club, in TV quality and without restrictions.
Featured News, Posted 24 May 2016
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