Google has acquired Anvato, a provider of multi-screen streaming, video publishing live and VOD distribution and monetisation strategies to media companies.
The Orange Group subsidiary Viaccess-Orca has appointed Cedric Hardouin as its executive VP of research and development.
Nigerian digital platform Inview is to use a cardless security system from Nagra as it looks to convert 30 million TV households to the digital format.
Viasat has announced plans to offer coverage of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in both 360 degree Virtual Reality and Ultra HD formats, the first broadcaster in Europe to do so.
ITU has announced a new standard for High Dynamic Range Television that represents a major advance in television broadcasting.
Agama Technologies has announced that Jamaica-based Digicel Group has selected Agama to provide its end-to-end DTV monitoring solution.
Liberty Global is building new test suites in continental Europe to simulate coverage of services such as in-home Wi-Fi.
The HbbTV Association has extended its contract with RT-RK for 104 additional test cases to cover the differences between HbbTV 2.0 and HbbTV 2.0.1.
The Slovak pay-DTT platform Plustelka will begin the switch to DVB-T2 on June 29.
Cable has a chance of building on the Internet of Things, but at the moment it’s a limited one.