Julian Clover looks back at 12 months in Broadband TV News.
Julian Clover on a potentially sector defining acquisition.
The BBC has unveiled the Connected Red Button, a worthy successor to its established linear loops and streams, writes Julian Clover.
Everyone wants valuable UHF spectrum, and the chances are the telcos are going to get it, writes Julian Clover.
As broadcasters introduce their own smart phone apps, Julian Clover asks if the days of the remote control are numbered?
Conferences continue to talk of customers preparing to churn out of their pay-TV subscriptions, but there is little evidence of this in the UK, writes Julian Clover.
Julian Clover on how the BBC is measuring the shelf life of the connected TV.
Does the dropping of basic encryption by UPC in Switzerland mean the end is nigh for the old fashioned set-top box? Asks Julian Clover.
Julian Clover on what happens when the UK completes the digital switchover.
The BBC is drastically reducing the video streams attached to its Red Button service across all platforms. Julian Clover looks at its future.