The desire for audiences to binge-watch television series has changed the televisual landscape, and is something operators need to make sure is a central strategy of any OTT playbook.
Back in February 2007, anyone interested in the emerging technology of mobile video streaming was preparing for MWC 2007 in Barcelona, where the newly-launched Apple iPhone was sure to be a major talking point. With this year’s show coming up soon, it’s very interesting to look back at quite how far we have come.
One of the more interesting trends from 2016 that emerges if you sift through the mountain of data that the industry produces is mounting evidence that the big family TV screen is making a comeback. [Read More...]
An influential recent survey indicating that interest in sport is declining amongst the young Millennials has sent shockwaves through the industry, but even so the quote in the title is surprising when you realise it comes from Sky’s Group CEO, Jeremy Darroch. Is this the end of the sporting era?
A new report on SVOD in the APAC region highlights the fact that growth is accelerating and that local operators have the potential to dominate the market
Sport is driving VR and, from our initial world’s first presentation of a live VR sporting event earlier this year to the 85 hours of VR content transmitted from Rio 2016, progress in live streaming 360-degree video content has been astonishingly rapid.
As we approach Sportel 2016, all the pointers are that the sales of VR hardware in 2016 have been over and above the predictions made for the year.
Our EVP Marketing and Sales, Chem Assayag, was interviewed by the IABM team at IBC about what we were up to at the show and you can watch the video here.