TV Everywhere services are becoming skinnier as consumers chose smaller bundles and operators start to call the shots.
There is no doubt that television is an expensive business. But when does it make sense for an operator to switch from the normal Pay-TV routes to the viewer and deploy an OTT solution?
The four most important factors in protecting content: security, enforcement, education, and the ability to offer alternatives.
While Virtual Reality has grabbed many of the headlines, it looks like Augmented Reality is the long game for many tech companies. But it is yet to be an easy win.
How an efficient Content Discovery Platform leads to personalized and ‘stickier’ customer journeys.
Early March was an important date for the broadcast industry as a significant tipping point was reached in the US – the number of streaming media services subscribers finally overtook the number of Pay TV subscribers.
There are several worrying angles to the subject of video piracy on mobile phones. And while the most disruptive so far has undoubtedly been the use of handsets to capture and stream protected content there are other issues with the networks themselves.
Finally, after an extended period of dropping heavy hints in the business sections of the press, YouTube has announced that it’s going to start streaming live TV channels with its own $35 skinny bundle. Here are five reasons why this is important.
There is an argument that says we are in a new Golden Age of television as competition between the traditional TV industry and the new, digital players for viewers intensifies. But if we have genuinely reached Peak TV as a result, is the only real way from here downwards?
Video is being hailed as the killer app for mobile operators looking to arrest a slide in Mobile ARPU while new figures show that investment in VR and AR climbed a mammoth 304% in 2016. Meanwhile, OTT churn in the US has fallen slightly to 19%.