August 17, 2017
Amazon to Close LoveFilm in U.K. and Germany on October 31
The service provided movie-lovers with access to new releases not available through online subscription services, but it will soon close for good.
Virtual Reality Causing an Additional 21,000 PB of Traffic by '21
Will new immersive video streams break the internet? Juniper Research says a crisis is coming unless network operators join the standards discussion now.
Engagement Times Up 300% for Live Video, Even for Later Viewing
Turning the conventional wisdom on its head, TwentyThree finds live viewing popular even after the event is over, and longer videos more engaging than shorter videos.
Extending Access to Goodwood Festival of Speed using 360° Live Video
The venerable racing festival draws 150,000 spectators, but many more around the world are interested, and this year Renault teamed with Groovy Gecko to bring 360° views to fans around the globe.
Picture This: How to Optimise Production Data to Drive Compelling Content
Smart content uses a combination of enterprise NoSQL and semantic technology to integrate data from all points in the media production workflow
Changing the Game: Will OTT Smash the Sports Content Arena?
Traditional broadcasters are challenged by upstart online platforms that are doing a better job serving connected consumers. The trick is to join with OTT, but do so in a way that enhances—not overwhelms—the experience.
iKO Media Group Launches New IPTV Services at IBC2017 in Amsterdam
Leading service provider iKOMG offers a one-stop shop for all network IPTV requirements
BT Sport Extends Its Relationship With Yospace for Dynamic Ad Insertion
BT Sport has agreed a multi-year extension to its relationship with Dynamic Ad Insertion technology provider, Yospace.
Foxtel Welcomes Conviction and Sentencing of Subscription TV Pirate