Hopefully TV suppliers and the content community learned their lesson in the great home 3D debacle. It goes something like this: Don’t promise a transformative and improved viewing experience unless you can deliver it.
The future of television lies in TV streaming, writes Stefan Kaiser, Video Engineer at Zattoo. It is now time to take TV advertising to the next level.
It is a good exercise for any prudent business leader to look regularly at the larger trends and developments that shape one’s industry.
Much has been discussed about SVOD’s impact on the traditional pay-TV sector. Several observers declared that SVOD would kill pay-TV.
Amazon Prime Video launched across 200 countries today, which is a commendable achievement.
On February 3, for the second time, the Diplomatic Council, a think tank with official consulting status with the UN social and economic council, honours the exclusive Global Media Innovator. The Innovator is not just another award. You are invited to take a look behind the scene
Traditional autumn MIPCOM week in Cannes comprised of MIPCOM, TV content market and MIPjunior, childrens’ TV programming event. Here are my select key findings from the events.
The era of residential gigabit-speed broadband services is upon us, and the way in which broadband is publicized, promoted, and sold has already begun to change.
The television experience is changing before our eyes and morphing to fit today’s viewers and their viewing habits.
Google’s recent acquisition of Webpass shows that the competitive race for consumer broadband services in the US is far from over. In fact, Google’s move beyond organic growth suggests that the race may be ramping up a notch, particularly when the other competitors in the market include Comcast, AT&T, and a larger Charter Communications.