November 07, 2013
BBC Reinvents iPlayer, Funds Original Content Budget
The corporation's new digital strategy aims to create communal experiences around live events on the second screen.
OpenTV Again Sues Netflix, This Time in the Netherlands
Three weeks after expanding its subscription video-on-demand service to the Netherlands, Netflix is sued for patent infringement.
Edgeware Announces Origin Accelerator for Lowering OTT Costs
Delivering hundreds of channels to millions of customers is a costly challenge, says the company.
Google Glass and the Future of Second Screening and TV News
Beginning next week CNN is to expand its Google Glass experiment by integrating citizen journalist service iReport with its existing Google Glass News Alerts. In Europe, TDF Media Services sees potential in the device for second second TV apps.
AVIWest DMNG Pro180 and Studio: Hands On Review
With a great form factor, rugged construction, and well-designed UI and controls—not to mention solid signal delivery in difficult conditions—the AVIWest DMNG Pro180 is one of the leaders in the cellular multiplexing sector
First Look: Sat-Comm Karbon 75 Ka-Band Flyaway Antenna
When facility lines and leased lines are cost-prohibitive, but cellular bonding doesn't provide the necessary QoS, portable Ka band antennas like the Sat-Comm Karbon 75 are just the ticket for live event webcasting.
TDF Media Services empowers Google Glass with easy online video publication
TDF Media Services proudly releases Google Glass support for its online video platform. The features of the Glass application enable a user to record, tag, share, view and manage the videos by voice activation with TDF's cloud based video platform.
Antenna Cyprus Boosts Channel Playout Efficiency and Expandability With Industry-Leading Harmonic Spectrum Media Server