Listening to a futurologist is always a voyage of discovery; you know that the speaker isn’t directly familiar with the business in the room, but they’ve invariably been invited to shake us up a bit.
The cable industry in Europe is growing, with revenues in 2015 up 7.1% on the previous year, according to IHS statistics released by Cable Europe at Cable Congress in Warsaw.
Discovery Communications has joined both Cable Europe and CTAM Europe as an associate member.
Cable Europe has confirmed Cable Congress 2016 (incorporating EuroSummit) for June in Warsaw, and launched the call for speakers and call for papers.
Here’s a look at some of the images from Day Two of Cable Congress 2015, courtesy of Broadband TV News photographer Rudy Zijlstra. Click on any picture to view in our Gallery format.
Although the Polish cable market is as mature as any in Western Europe, from an operator’s perspective there are still too many companies providing services.
Netflix is now investing more on content than the BBC, according to Ben Keen, chief analyst, IHS Technology.
WATCH VIDEO. Caroline Van Weede, Managing Director of Cable Europe, and Peter Percosan, Partner, Digital Strategy, announced this year’s winner of the Cable Europe Innovation Award.
Leading cable operators are agreed on the importance of scale but have differing views on the provision of mobile services.
Here’s a look at some of the images from Day One of Cable Congress 2015, courtesy of Broadband TV News photographer Rudy Zijlstra. Click on any picture to view in our Gallery format.