BT Sport and BT’s Media & Broadcast division have delivered the first live broadcast in 4K High Dynamic Range (4K HDR) and Dolby Atmos sound.
The only data Android TV collects from users is Google ads, according to Shalini Govil-Pai, senior director, Android TV.
Turkcell has selected Witbe to automate the analysis and testing its main end-user digital services such as BiP, TV+ and Fizy.
SERAPHIC is showcasing its latest Sraf browser SDK at IBC.
Synaptics and Skyworth have entered into a partnership to develop a comprehensive turnkey platform in hybrid, OTT and IPTV for the deployment of pay-TV services in the Android TV market.
11 o’clock on a Friday morning at IBC and a sizable crowd has gathered on the Red Bee Media stand in Hall 14.
Telekom Slovenije is presenting its next generation user-centric and content-driven home entertainment system Neo at IBC.
SES regards its agreement with Microsoft to develop a broadcast-grade managed cloud service offering on Microsoft Azure as game changing, according to Ferdinand Kayser, CEO, SES Video.
YouTube is not worried by competition as it helps raise its game, according to Cécile Frot-Coutaz, head of YouTube, EMEA.
Compression is back on the IBC agenda as technology providers combine compression performance with reductions in latency.