June 08, 2017
BBC Streams Election Debate and Specials on Twitter
In a first, viewers will be able to view live debate video alongside running commentary. Experts believe this will attract a new audience for the event.
Amazon Launches Amazon Channels Option in U.K., Germany, Austria
Streaming customers can customize their video options by choosing only the channels they want, with no long-term commitment.
In NewFront Presentation, BBC Introduces Itself to Ad Community
The BBC held its first newfront presentation today, choosing to explain its reach and reputation to the ad community—and why that matters for U.S. companies.
Is Apple Giving Up on Live TV and a Skinny Bundle Offering?
There may be peace in our time between Amazon and Apple. While that's good news for home streamers, it suggests Apple is no longer interested in creating a skinny bundle.
Mobile Phone Hang-Ups: Viewers Wary of Using Up Their Data
People would stream a lot more video to mobile devices if not for restrictive data caps. But thanks to Netflix and Amazon, things are starting to change.
Cut the Cord, Plug In an Antenna: It's Prime Time for Subchannels
TV Everywhere is plagued by connection difficulties, while quality is improving on over-the-air digital subchannels. The home antenna is making a comeback.
Viaccess-Orca Acquires Squadeo for Best-in-Class Mobile Video Experience
NPAW and Kaltura Strengthen Ties Between Video Content Providers and Business Intelligence
The partnership allows shared customers to incorporate business intelligence capabilities with greater visibility on their precisely segmented audience, to predict and proactively reduce churn with successful data-driven strategies.
Linius and IBM Collaborate to Promote and Sell the Linius Video Virtualization Engine
IBM and Linius to jointly market and promote the Linius Video Virtualization Engine, including building onto the IBM Bluemix platform