January 24, 2017

Featured News

BBC will "Reinvent" iPlayer to maintain relevance

Facing competition from the likes of Now TV, Netflix, and Amazon Prime Video, the BBC is setting out to make iPlayer the top OTT service in the UK

CES 2017: Nagra Gives TVkey Dongle Solution a Public Unveiling

Samsung is the first TV manufacturer to adopt the TVkey system, but more will follow. Nagra has plans to make it a widely available industry platform.

NewTek and Wowza Release MediaDS

Encoder offers NewTek proprietary IP inputs, world-class color correction, and an integrated Wowza Streaming Engine for live delivery

Featured Articles

Lost in Time: The Future of Immersive Media

A high-concept game show devised by members of The Matrix visual effects team, produced in Norway, and being sold by the makers of The X Factor could herald the future of multi-screen entertainment.

BT Preps OTT Service: Streaming Forum Preview

BT is using an evidence-based approach to build a standalone OTT service that also integrates with existing offerings. BT Head of IPTV solutions and Streaming Forum keynote speaker Mike Rizzo talks about what the company has learned from BT Sport and how it will compete with other OTT services.

What the Nokia-Apple Lawsuit Means for the Streaming Industry

If Nokia's standards infringement lawsuit prevails over Apple, the costs could be steep to any company relying on H.264 or even HEVC. Here are the issues at stake.

Industry News

Selevision chooses Voddler Group to optimise Quality of Experience

Boosting Quality of Experience for Selevision's subscribers globally

Viaccess-Orca Acquires BigHill to Strengthen Mobile Video Portfolio

Acquisition of TV Apps Company Uniquely Positions Viaccess-Orca to Address the Rise in Mobile Video Consumption

HbbTV issues Request for Proposals for reference application for online video streaming

ITV chose Quicklink TX for Ultra Low Delay Audio and Video for Lorraine show

ITV have chosen the Quicklink TX Quad to create ultra-low delay audio and video for the Lorraine show.