December 14, 2017
Video and Young Adults Pushing Mobile Traffic: Ericsson Report
By 2020, half of all TV and video viewing will be done on a mobile screen. Look for mobile video traffic to grow by 50 percent each year.
Report IDs 5 'Television Tribes,' Shows How to Appeal to Them
While there are multiple types of viewers, one group in particular represents the future. A report shows how pay TV can appeal to streaming connoisseurs.
Red Bee Media New Name for Ericsson Broadcast and Media Services
What's old is new again as Ericsson reclaims the Red Bee name in order to position its broadcast services as independent and agile.
Streaming Forum Gets Smarter, Focuses on AI and Machine Learning
The Streaming Forum conference returns to London in February 2018, this time with a forward-thinking discussion on how AI will impact online video.
Divideon Creates xvc, an HEVC Codec With Reasonable Pricing
The surprise royalty payments on HEVC have some publishers looking for alternatives. Learn how one company created a better codec price plan.
The Chinese Streaming Market Rife With Possibilities and Pitfalls
Western publishers that want to stream video to audiences in China need to overcome unique hurdles that are more political than technical.
TVN's player service refreshed with new technology delivered by Atende Software
TVN - the leading broadcaster in Poland, belonging to the American media company Scripps Networks Interactive (SNI) has signed an agreement with Atende Software to provide the redGalaxy technology platform for the player service.
Demand Africa Taps Cleeng to Cultivate Africa-Centric Content in the U.S
Demand Africa, a subsidiary of The Africa Channel, has teamed up with Cleeng, a specialist in direct-to-consumer video monetization, to release a new SVOD service targeted to the African diaspora in the U.S. and around the world.
LiveU Highlights Massive Growth in Live IP Video Traffic
Latest figures show the exponential growth in live IP video usage, geographical variations and other trends