Broadcasters are going further in the promotion of their sports channels and the community is benefitting, writes Julian Clover.
Clover’s Week: Microsoft launches TV, again
The BBC is currently running a neat little promotion for the iPlayer, the premise of which is to tell civillians that they can watch their favourite BBC show on the […]
Clover’s Week: Kicking off BT Sport
Julian Clover attends the launch of what was described as the biggest launch in UK sports TV for 20 years.
Clover’s Week: Going round the houses
Anyone want to visit a TV museum? Julian Clover has inadvertently build one at home.
Clover’s Week: Social on the home network
TV shows regular offer viewers a Twitter hashtag, but how can viewers use the medium to share content with their friends.
Clover’s Week: 3DTV still a force
Julian Clover finds 3D is still a presence, even if its star has somewhat faded.
Clover’s Week: Say farewell to DTT
Could we live without terrestrial transmissions? The suggestion of Ulrich Reimers during his DVB World (March 11 – 13, 2013) presentation is that we probably could.
Clover’s Week: A week in Cable
The Cable Congress finally made it to London (March 5-7th) where growing revenues made for a positive case, writes Julian Clover.
Clover’s Week: The problem with buying a Premier League contract
ESPN is reportedly looking to sell on its rights packages as BT steps into the UK sports game, writes Julian Clover
Clover’s Week: On the Virgin Horizon
It will be business as usual for Virgin Media when Liberty Media moves in, writes Julian Clover.