Could increasing competition from AT&T’s Warner Media and Disney bring some unpopular changes to the video-streaming service sector?
NexTV Series CEE & DACH 2018 – The OTT disruption: Streaming is the new broadcast is taking place for the second time in Berlin on November 29-30. More details can be found here. Juliette Boulay, research analyst at Dataxis, has compiled the following report as backgrounder for the event.
On November 14 and 15, the HbbTV Association will be holding its 7th annual Symposium and Awards at the ESMT in Berlin. Robert Briel recently caught up with Vincent Grivet, the Association’s new chairman, to ask him about his role and the Symposium.
Does copyright infringement negatively affect legal sales? This is a fundamental question with profound implications on the way copyright and copyright enforcement policy should work.
If you believe everything you read in the press then digital terrestrial television transmission is a dying technology.
What if the common belief that the losses in traditional pay TV subscribers are due to mainstream video streaming services is wrong? Or, that belief is an oversimplification of a complex problem?
Since the early 1980s, European networks and advertisers have benefited from audience currencies that provide the reliable measurement of the vast majority of television programming and advertising.
As I head to NATPE again this year, I do so with a very different outlook. For over 20 years I have been a senior executive in the global TV industry, attending this conference regularly, but about three years ago, a number of seismic changes shook our industry and those who didn’t take notice are […]
There has never been a more appropriate moment for content providers to rethink their digital distribution strategy.
Advanced TV continues to bring us multiple benefits – from giving us control over when we watch our favourite shows to making television more interactive. But while advanced TV continues to advance, the middleware that powers it is only part of the story.