September 20, 2018
OTT Video in Western Europe Will Be a $23B Industry by 2023
Look for the U.K. to be the biggest spender on OTT services, while Norway will have the highest proportion of subscriptions per household.
Netflix Focusses its Growth on Broadcast Carriage, Not Sports
Let's get this out of the way: Netflix won't be carrying live sports. But, one Netflix exec said at IBC, "We never say never."
Telestream Tells IBC of Plans to Track Live Stream Latency
With help from Unified Streaming, Telestream has diverted all of its R&D into Project Orchid, which is designed to offer one-click live channel origination that supports real-time self-optimisation
Amazon Alexa Voice Control Becomes a Concern for Broadcasters
As Amazon pushes into the living room with TV voice control, broadcasters push back. Channel 4 is worried that niche programming will be hidden from the viewer.
At IBC, an AI Startup Hacks the Brain for Audience Insights
Can technology scan viewers' brains to understand how they emotionally respond to stories? One startup searches deeper for the future of recommendations.
“Quality and interoperability will be key for VR’s future,” says VR Industry Forum
Creating a buoyant marketplace for Virtual Reality (VR) in the future will depend on high-quality and interoperable services, the President of VR Industry Forum (VRIF) has said.
Global Virtual Reality market will be worth US$ 55 Billion by 2024
According to Renub Research Global Virtual Reality market will be worth US$ 55 Billion by 2024, and expected to grow with a staggering CAGR of 44.05% in future.
MPP Global’s eSuite Supports Major OTT TV Plan for ProSiebenSat.1 Digital
CI Plus 2.0 USB CAM Ready to Deliver Pay TV Services Globally
Irdeto, SMIT, MStar and TP Vision in partnership have quickly progressed the development of a game-changing CAM as an alternative to set-top boxes