November 24, 2016
Young Adults in the UK Prefer Getting News From Videos, Says AOL
In a study of consumer preferences, AOL finds video sharing is an expression of personality, and people like to brag about their finds.
Half of Generation Z Uses a Smartphone While Watching TV
A study of online viewing for young people in four countries shows that YouTube is nearly as popular at television, and short videos are the favorite.
Ostmodern Aims to Simplify Video Delivery With Skylark Platform
The VOD platform combines a tailored video recommendation and delivery system with the ability to create unique front-end experiences.
VR's Two-Tiered Takeoff
Despite a year of content and production experimentation by studios and broadcasters, poor quality experiences could yet impede VR take-off
Sky Launches Into VR
Sky is committed to seeing VR succeed where 3D failed, and has established the 10-person Sky VR Studio to spearhead innovation and content creation
The Shift to 4K Video: What Does it Mean for the Network?
Consumers are demanding 4K, so now it's up to operators to provide support. But how long will it take for everyone in the pipeline to get 4K-ready?
VidCon Australia Launches in Melbourne, Announces Partnership with YouTube
Tickets are selling fast as VidCon — World’s Largest Online Video Conference — announces YouTube partnership for first-ever VidCon Australia in Melbourne
MultiTV on a Growth Path, Secures Undisclosed Amount of Funding for its Expansion
SMG Successfully Delivers Live Video Coverage of 2016 Tour of Taihu Lake Cycling Race In Severe Weather Conditions
Shanghai Media Group Uses Newly Acquired TVU Portable Live Video Transmission Solution