October 11, 2018
OTT to Make up 46% of Western Europe TV Revenue by 2023
While OTT is growing rapidly, don't look for it to eclipse pay TV until 2027. Netflix's domination of the SVOD market will only get bigger.
SVOD Subscriptions Will Double Between 2017 and 2023: Forecast
While pay TV is still a larger area, online video services are growing at a faster rate. SVOD revenues will reach $69 billion in 2023.
For the Best Mobile Video Performance, Head to the Czech Republic
Achieving excellent mobile video performance is about more than just fast download speeds. A report from Open Signal shows unexpected winners.
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.
Viaccess-Orca Partners With RedSo to Simplify OTT Delivery on Android Set-Top Boxes
Linius launches commercial SaaS platform
Linius unveils public self-service cloud platform, Linius Video Services (LVS), which enables developer, system integrator and business communities worldwide to use its patented video virtualization technology to solve challenges in the multi-billion-doll
Paywizard study shows European TV operators are failing to use subscriber data to ensure a positive customer experience
Interviews with top executives from broadcasters, telcos, pay-TV operators and OTT services reveal that all see customer data analytics as a critical strategic aim
Qumu announces release of HTML5 multicast browser extension
Qumu announced the release of an HTML5 multicast extension for its enterprise solution that allows enterprises to deliver multicast live video behind the firewall with no additional plugins required.