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Worldwide, Viewers Prefer Pay TV Services to SVOD, Says Informitv

Informitv's first Multiscreen Index suggests that a rise in pay TV subscriptions worldwide is a long-term trend
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Apr 2014

Zeebox Becomes Beamly, Offers an All-Day TV Experience

One of the best known companion second-screen apps has a new name and a new focus. Beamly offers celeb-driven news and discussions.
Featured News, Posted 14 Apr 2014

Crackle Suspending U.K. Site at the End of the Month

It's no joke—on April 1st Sony-owned Crackle will stop showing its free, ad-supported movies and shows to U.K. viewers.
Featured News, Posted 26 Mar 2014

AOL On Launches in U.K.

First launched in the U.S. and Canada, AOL On now has a U.K. site that features original and partner videos targeted to the U.K. viewer
Featured News, Posted 24 Mar 2014

Broadcasters Need to Bring Their A Game to Online Video

There are a lot of content choices around, and yesterday's leftovers aren't going to cut it. Make the good stuff available at a good price.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Mar 2014

BBC Revamps iPlayer

Changes in the world's leading catch-up service highlight the switch from "TV online" to "online TV"
Featured News, Posted 11 Mar 2014

BBC Spin Puts Onus on BBC3 to Reinvent Online TV

With the BBC planning to axe BBC3 in its linear form, the corporation promises to "reinvent a space for young people" on the iPlayer, exploring different formats and content
Featured News, Posted 06 Mar 2014

Pay TV Rules While Digital Comes of Age

While OTT VOD and electronic sell-through services continue to explode in popularity across Europe, live programming still gives pay TV services the edge
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Mar 2014

Cleeng Launches Live Video Monetization, Promises 2-Minute Setup

Pay-per-view doesn't have to be complicated, says Cleeng, which is launching a fast and flexible template-driven system.
Featured News, Posted 03 Mar 2014

TV4 Becomes First Scandinavian Channel on Apple TV

Missed a show? Swedish viewers can now catch up on their favorite programs and stream live or on-demand content via an Apple TV.
Featured News, Posted 26 Feb 2014

Amazon to Merge LoveFilm Instant with Amazon Prime

In a move that many expected, Amazon is combining its two video streaming services. New members can get a year of service for £49.
Featured News, Posted 21 Feb 2014

The State of Media and Entertainment Video 2014

Changes in the BBC's iPlayer, the growth of YouView, and the transformation of Twitter all offer a glimpse into the issues facing content providers throughout Europe.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Feb 2014

Brazil, the World Cup, and the Olympics: Ready or Not?

With the Sochi games winding down, all eyes turn to Brazil for the next two global sporting events, this year's World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics. Are mobile networks in Brazil ready for the traffic that's bound to come from all the live video being generated from those events?
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Feb 2014

HDMI Dongles Are a Boon to Pay TV Operators

Smart sticks like Google's Chromecast provide another route for pay TV providers to deliver multi-screen content with implications for software in the TV and hardware under the screen
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Feb 2014

Arkena Outlines Plans to Grow European Footprint

Goal is to "be the trusted partner of European broadcasters and telcos in managing their linear and nonlinear content to all screens," says CEO Julien Seligmann.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Feb 2014

Arqiva Acquires Capablue, Expands Connected Television Services

Strengthening its capabilities in video-on-demand and multi-screen distribution, Arqiva rounds out its media offerings.
Featured News, Posted 06 Feb 2014

Sochi Games to Set Record for Live and VOD Streaming

Adobe, NBCU, Elemental, Deltatre, LiveU, and more are readying streaming platforms that will deliver coverage to desktops and mobile devices around the globe.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Feb 2014

Germany's Clipkit Highlights Company and Video Syndication Growth

Syndication is the driving force for online video, Clipkit says, with sports, news, and entertainment the most popular content.
Featured News, Posted 31 Jan 2014

AP and Streamworks Re-Up Contract for Live News Streaming

With live online video created by the AP and delivered by Streamworks, AP Video Hub is ready for another year.
Featured News, Posted 24 Jan 2014
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