May 03, 2018
EU to Impose a 30% European Content Quota on OTT Services
Subscription services such as Netflix will need to invest directly in European productions or pay into a group fund that promotes local works.
Pay TV Revenues to Drop $18B by 2023 as Spending Patterns Change
Cord-cutting remains a problem for pay TV operators in more developed areas, while the rest of the world signs on for lower-priced service.
Global Pay TV Falls 11% to $183B by 2023, Led by North America
While pay TV is seeing big losses in the United States, it still has plenty of room to grow in other countries. IPTV adoption is strong in China.
How to Measure Video Encoding QoE
An insightful new service called Mux Data makes quality of experience monitoring and analysis easy. This illustrated guide explains how to use it when diagnosing problems big and small.
Buyers' Guide to Encoder Appliances
Sometimes software-only solutions just don't cut it. Here's how to understand the tradeoff between hardware and software encoding, and how to select the best appliance when low-latency and delivery matter.
DIY: Rudimentary Audio Streaming
For the second installment in our do-it-yourself series, we look at how to set up a very basic audio stream between two computers on the same LAN. While the coding is simple, the concepts underneath are crucial to an understanding of how streaming works.
Rakuten TV launches Rakuten Cinema project and unveils its first movie release
Simultaneous digital and theatrical releases to shorten the cinema window.
Mic drop: Simplestream takes the best of British stand-up comedy beyond the traditional DVD special
Simplestream today announced that it has been chosen by NextUp to build its video streaming service dedicated initially to British stand-up comedy, with international ambitions.
UTSA Grants Amazon Prime Video Exclusive Live Telecast Rights to US Open Tennis in the United Kingdom and Ireland
Five-Year Deal to Bring Live and On-Demand Coverage to Prime Members in Both Territories Beginning with 2018 US Open