December 06, 2012
Connected TVs Are Selling, but Often Go Unconnected
Any connected TV purchased today will be obsolete in only three years' time, says Informa Telecoms & Media.
Brits and Yanks Far Apart in Mobile TV Viewing
QuickPlay Media looks at U.K. and U.S. mobile TV viewing: U.K. has higher penetration, while U.S. watches longer.
Telefonica and Microsoft Announce Multiyear Agreement
The two companies will work together to provide video entertainment to Telefonica's customers.
The 2012 Streaming Media Europe 101
A healthy mix of European and U.S.-based companies make up our first list of the 101 most important companies in the European online video space.
How to Encode for iOS Devices
Making sure video plays on Apple's mobile devices is an essential, so here's how to do it.
How to Choose an Enterprise-Class Video Encoder
Learn what sets an enterprise encoder apart from a desktop program, and discover the best choices for different encoding needs.
InfoCom reveals how US mobile carriers eventually succeeded to generate some revenues with location-based services. But the next challenge is around the corner.
Location-based services: from navigation to mobile advertising — Operators split subscription revenues with LBS solution providers — Widely available free OTT services could jeopardise US carriers’ efforts.
Yamgo Announces Landmark Mobile TV Deal Sony SAB becomes the 100th channel on the Yamgo service
An article about the rapid growth of the mobile TV industry and the implications this has for the world of advertising.
Espial Signs Agreement to Acquire ANT plc
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