May 03, 2012

Featured Articles
Connected TVs: Still Unplugged?
New study shows that 1 in 4 smart TV buyers in the UK have never connected the set to the internet
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.
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.
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 News
Tremor Video Launches VideoHub in UK and Germany
Tremor says it wants to focus conversation on quality and metrics, not just pricing
Livestream: No Computer Required
Livestream introduces Broadcaster, an H.264 hardware encoder that works over 3G/4G and ethernet or Wi-Fi
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.
Industry News
According to leading broadband analyst firm Point Topic, global IPTV subscriptions closed in on 60 million at the end of 2011, with the last yearly quarter witnessing the biggest three month increase in subscribers yet.
Company strengthens its position in Europe with the forming of Telestream GmbH in Bonn, Germany
 
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