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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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Infographic: The Rise of TV Everywhere

The Rise of TV Everywhere

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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The hottest TV industry news this week was taken over by broadcasters in distress who are taking action. A group of top broadcasters decided enough is enough with Aereo violating copyright, and are taking their case to the US Supreme Court. Where does Aereo stand on this? They’re actually quite indifferent. Broadcasters i...

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Hot TV Industry News of the Week

Hottest TV Industry News

This was the week of CES. CES has been buzzing with smart TV and second screen news. For example, Roku beat Apple in the race towards developing a line of smart TVs. Then again, that’s assuming the Apple smart TV rumors are true. Guess which other unexpected company is entering the smart TV game - Mozilla! LG also made th...

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Hot TV Industry News of the Week

Hottest TV Industry News

There has been a lot of great news in the TV industry this week! After striking a deal with Disney, Netflix is going to offer many exciting Pixar and Marvel titles in their library. The Netflix news doesn’t stop there though! After many years of butting heads, they are finally working with US cable providers. We can’t hel...

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IBC 2013 Recap: Innovations and Sensations

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IBC 2013 was worth the wait! The halls were bursting with excitement as leaders from the broadcasting industry were demonstrating the latest innovations they cooked up. In between the ‘ooh’s and aah's,’ we kept our eyes wide open to spot which of the predictions of IBC trends came true, while highlighting VO’s innovations...

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Hot TV Industry News of the Week

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Pay TV piracy was all over the news this week, and on a worldwide scale! Where should we begin? As an initial step towards enforcing the new Anti-Piracy Law, eleven of Russia’s top online movie service providers banded together to fight piracy through a nonprofit organization. Do you think this is a battle worth fighti...

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Hot TV Industry News of the Week

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A lot of juicy things happened this week in the world of OTT video devices. For starters, Apple had a major “whoops” by releasing a buggy Apple TV update. After being rammed by a slew of complaints from outraged users, they quickly gathered to fix it up. Speaking of enhancements, PlayOn is launching PlayCast, which is the...

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Hot TV Industry News of the Week

Hottest TV Industry News

The hottest TV industry news this week all traced back to cable TV channel offerings. Eurosport finally inked a deal to show programming in the US on Discovery’s Velocity Channel. Speaking of quality programming, Breaking Bad continues to be the center of attention as advertisers fight for spots during the final episodes,...

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Hot TV Industry News of the Week

Hottest TV Industry News

Pay-TV dominated the hottest TV industry news around the world this week.  Subscriptions for pay-TV services have been skyrocketing in Croatia, while they continue to hold the crown for their share of the market. The same can’t be said about the US, as 217K subscribers chose to cut the cord in favor of satellite and other...

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