February 14, 2019
SpotX Parent Company RTL Group Acquires Yospace for $33M
Creating a well-rounded ad tech portfolio, RTL Group adds Yospace's server-side dynamic ad insertion technology to its assets.
Worldwide Pay TV Subscribers in Decline for First Time Ever
According to Informitv, the number of cable and satellite subscribers fell, but is this a sign of things to come or just a weak quarter?
Movie Tickets Sales Are Declining, But Don't Blame SVOD Services
Think SVODs are the reason people don't go to the movies as often anymore? Think again: High prices are the true culprit.
British Pathé TV Reboots SVOD with StreamAMG
Looking for full analytics and greater in-house control, the legendary British media company is partnering with StreamAMG and its MediaPlatform and Cloud Pay as it continues to build its niche SVOD service
BARB Fingers SVOD for Rise in 'Unidentified Viewing'
BARB's best guess of growing SVOD viewing habits is that Netflix, Amazon, and Sky Now are the cause, accounting for 19% of total activity in 2018
Sky: Personalisation is a Powerful Proposition
In this Streaming Forum keynote preview, Sky portfolio & program manager Deepa Kutty shares the broadcaster's current and future plans for targeted programming and advertising
DAZN CTO: OTT Will Replace Broadcast TV
In this Streaming Forum keynote preview, DAZN Group CTO Florian Diederichsen talks about the future of OTT and the sport SVOD service's rapid growth: "Our vision is to do for sport what Spotify has done for music and Netflix has done for TV."
8K broadcasting at CSTB 2019 with Elecard CodecWorks
Elecard provided CodecWorks platform for the first in Russia 8K video broadcasting which took place at CSTB 2019.
FloSports Relies on TVU’s Video-Over-IP Tech for Live Events
FloSports selected TVU Networks' TVU One mobile IP transmitters to cover 24/7 schedule of remote, on-location live events.
Flash Networks Launches xtraAir Just in Time Video Scheduling
Improved User Experience Delivered When Cells are Congested without Impacting Video Quality
Sporting Rights to Drive Annual Digital Content Revenues to $250 Billion This Year, Juniper Research Finds
$23 billion rise fuelled by on-demand subscriptions as Amazon, Facebook & Twitter acquire sporting rights to bolster content market share