Video publishers and OTT service providers know they need to reach their users on web and mobile platforms, but which big screen platform should they be focusing on next? This white paper discusses the obstacles faced by video publishers when trying to decide on their multi-platform support strategy. Topics addressed: Market penetration of connected devices […]
There are multiple objectives that DOCSIS 3.1 strives to achieve including: efficient support of 10+ Gbps of downstream and 1+ Gbps of upstream capacity; a significant cost per bit reduction relative to DOCSIS 3.0; adaptation to different amounts of spectrum and plant conditions; operation on existing HFC networks and plant equipment; support for improved energy […]
Whether home, at the office, on the subway, be it live, on demand, by title, subscription-based, we consume more and more TV programmes each day, on multiple devices.
This new study finds answers to what causes subscriber churn and how operators can keep their customers satisfied.
New Research by Frost & Sullivan reveals the six factors of the native vs downloadable DRM argument.
This paper describes a new technology that for the first time allows the technician to precisely measure the distance to impedance mismatches in the HFC network without affecting any active network traffic.
It is a rare occasion when one witnesses the birth of a new product category based on the latest and greatest of computer science. This whitepaper will discuss the basic principles of this disruptive product, as well as how Comigo harnesses the power it entails to shift TV to uncharted territories.
Want to know what 300 pay media professionals and C-levels from around the world think about Android and how it will impact the TV industry?
It’s true, online pirates are becoming more sophisticated. They’re always adapting their approach to steal viewers from legitimate providers. And with widespread access to broadband, devices and plugins it is becoming easier than ever for them to pirate your content.
“Go OTT or go home” — for the TV industry, that’s 2017 in five words. OTT hasn’t merely joined the mainstream; it’s driving global broadcast strategies.