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IPTV Standards – What Are They Good For?

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  David Leporini, Viaccess-Orca’s EVP of marketing, products and security, contributed his industry knowledge and insights to a feature in the March issue of IP Television magazine, which explored the challenges and opportunities facing IPTV networks. The feature, entitled “Setting the Standard”, focused on t...

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TV Leaders Summit 2014 post #1: Where Leaders Transform Imagination into Reality

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  Following on from last year’s inaugural event in Athens, the 2014 TV Leaders Summit in Madrid – scheduled for May 15-17 - promises to be just as thought-provoking, wide-ranging and inspirational. An opportunity for prominent industry figures to discuss and debate trends and developments within the TV sector, the...

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Hot TV Industry News of the Week

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  The attention-grabbing headline this week is Apple and Comcast’s reported discussions about a new streaming-television service. Meanwhile, concerns over piracy have prompted TV industry players in the Mena region to set up a coalition tasked with combating the problem. And a new study forecasts a significant r...

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Hot TV Industry News of the Week

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  There has been a mix of interesting TV industry news making the rounds this week. A survey by Verizon reveals 16-34 year-olds’ strong preference for on-demand TV, as the BBC makes headlines with plans to move a popular young adults channel online. Meanwhile, in Australia, the government is hinting that it may ...

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Hot TV Industry News of the Week

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  Demand for applications on set-top-boxes appears set to rise, while broadband and telecommunications company Verizon is looking to partner with content companies for a new online TV service. And the Oscars continue to work their magic, with record TV viewers and rental demand for award-winning films. Learn ...

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Hot TV Industry News of the Week

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  You know how it is. You wait for one Netflix story to come along and then all of a sudden three arrive at once. And it’s not all good news for the OTT giant either. Elsewhere in the industry, there’s growth in consumer demand for net-connected sets while phone and tablet TV ad revenues are expected to see a bo...

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Hot TV Industry News of the Week

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  The biggest event in TV this week is also the biggest in the world of sport. As the XXII Winter Olympic Games open today all eyes are on Russia and its host city, the Black Sea resort of Sochi.  And things are heating up elsewhere in the industry too with both Netflix and YouTube making big announcements… L...

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Infographic: The Rise of TV Everywhere

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Pay TV providers are finding it ever more challenging to keep up with the changes brought by TV Everywhere and Over-the-Top (OTT) services. Nonetheless, as the TV market continues to evolve at a rapid pace, industry players must adopt OTT and TV Everywhere services in order to remain relevant. TV Everywhere is growin...

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Hot TV Industry News of the Week

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There has been a lot of OTT news floating around this week. The Canadian pay TV service and cellco, Rogers, will soon announce their new OTT service. This isn’t the first time they made waves in the industry, as they also recently announced a TV Everywhere service. Netflix might not feel threatened by Rogers though, becau...

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Behind Roku’s Expansion into the TV

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Roku, best known for their cord cutters’ heaven streaming box, announced that they will be launching a TV set later this year. This is big news coming from a company whose current digital media players allow customers to access Internet-streamed audio and video content through TV, using free and subscription-based servi...

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