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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

Euro 2016, Then Olympics, Set to Break Live Streaming Records

Official streams may reach peaks of 15-18 terabits per second for the Rio Olympics, but the IOC is banning social streaming from the games, without saying how it plans to police or punish fans who use Periscope, Facebook Live to share the games
Featured Articles, Posted 17 May 2016

BBC Reportedly Creating 'Britflix' Online Subscription Service

With a mix of archived content from various networks plus original series, the BBC hopes to stand up to more established subscription services.
Featured News, Posted 16 May 2016

MCNs Grow Up

MCNs have gone from being aggregated networks of channels to sophisticated organizations that encompass the entire range of content creation and distribution, says Digiflare co-founder Mano Kulasingam
Featured Articles, Posted 03 May 2016

How to Encode and Deliver to Multiple ABR Formats

Use a single adaptive group, packaged differently for different targets, to keep encoding and storage costs down.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Apr 2016

Game On: Television Is Going Through Revolutionary Changes

We're living through a new golden age of TV. It's game over for traditional linear TV, but game on for the new on-demand model, where the best worldwide content is just a tap away.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Apr 2016

The State of Media and Entertainment Streaming 2016

More choices for viewers, both in terms of content and devices upon which to watch it, make 2016 a tipping point in the evolution of OTT video
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Apr 2016

Vimond Launches Collaborative Online News Video Creation Tool

With Vimond IO, journalists in various locations can collaborate on news videos, then publish work to their CMS and social media channels.
Featured News, Posted 11 Apr 2016

10 Essential Elements to Creating a Great Video Streaming App

From ad insertion to analytics, successful video app developers focus on more than just the content. Here's a roadmap to creating a successful app.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Apr 2016

The State of Mobile Video 2016

UHD over mobile, 5G trials, and LTE Broadcast top the trends in mobile video
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Apr 2016

Buyer's Guide to CDN Services 2016

From pure-play to piecemeal, CDN services offer significant benefits. Here are the major features to look for at a time when the lines around CDN services are getting blurred.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Apr 2016

Live Streaming 360-Degrees and Virtual Reality

One of the biggest trends today is the dramatic rise of 360-degree video. Learn how one agency is working alongside 360-degree companies around the world helping them take their content live.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Apr 2016

Case Study: Global Underground, a Transatlantic Partnership for Streaming Worldwide

Boiler Room, a UK music platform known for live streaming performances from exotic locations, and TourGigs, a live streaming concert film company in the US, explain the challenges of live streaming around the world, managing time zone differences, and keeping brand sponsors happy.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Apr 2016

Sky Goes After Millennials With Live Streaming on Facebook

In a continuing effort to reach younger viewers on mobile devices, the pay TV powerhouse will start delivering sports coverage and live news on Facebook Live
Featured News, Posted 07 Apr 2016

Connected TV World Summit Highlights an Industry in Transition

Intensified competition also brings with it increased confusion for viewers, and content curation becomes more important for OTT services to find success.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Mar 2016
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