Broadband TV News speaks to Comigo COO Amir Eilat. Based in Israel and the United States, Comigo uses intelligence-based algorithms to enable TV service and content providers to create new revenue streams from a contextual services.
Just about all aspects of the OTT industry are being massively restructured. Rapid changes in technology, user behaviour, and business models, have created a gap between how consumers want to experience and pay for entertainment & media and how companies produce and distribute their offerings.
Discovery is now placing a huge focus on Eurosport Player, according to Victoria Davies, SVP, country manager Central & Eastern Europe, Discovery Communications Europe.
Broadband TV News speaks with Greg Tresness, the president of Arcom Digital.
With ANGA COM 2017 just a few weeks away, time to catch up again with Dr. Peter Charissé, managing director ANGA COM, about the current status of this year’s event, which will be held from Tuesday, May 30 till Thursday, June 1, in Cologne, Germany.
More that ever, metadata and rich imagery accompanies the show’s description in the electronic programme guide, linking the audience with other shows that may be of interest. Broadband TV News speaks with Charles Dawes of TiVo, whose technology powers the data.
Zattoo has launched server-based dynamic ad insertion, providing TV broadcasters and advertisers with targeted advertising opportunities in the merging TV and internet markets. Oliver Knappmann, Chief Sales Officer at Zattoo, comments on the features, benefits, technical details and commercial availability of the new solution.
With ANGA COM 2017 around the corner, time to catch up again with Dr. Peter Charissé, managing director ANGA COM, about the current status of this year’s event, which will be held from Tuesday, May 30 till Thursday, June 1, in Cologne, Germany.
For the second time the DC Global Media Innovator has been awarded during UN registered think tank Diplomatic Council’s annual All Nations Gala that took place at Grand Hotel Hessischer Hof in Germany’s finance capital Frankfurt.
Nonny de la Peña, founder of Emblematic Group, a global pioneer in Virtual Reality (VR) in documentary films, talks to Diplomatic Council’s global media chair Dieter Brockmeyer about the impact of VR on our society.