Live streaming piracy is posing a major threat to both content service providers and content owners, leaving them competing with illegal services that offer the same content at a much lower costs. This worrying trend in the way pay-TV is pirated is the focus of a new white paper from Viaccess-Orca and Civolution.
Hybrid TV appears as a key enabler of 21st century television, according to a new paper produced by Idate in partnership with Eutelsat and Orange Group.
With a plethora of devices being used to consume audiovisual content policymakers should recognise that fragmentation represents competition and consumer choice, not a lack of interoperability, and adopt a new starting point for policy analysis.
This paper offers an in-depth look at a comprehensive new content discovery solution that combines search, recommendation and second-screen devices into a single immersive experience that invites exploration.
The most recent non-proprietary video compression standard, High-Efficiency Video Codec (HEVC), also known as H.265, was placed into final draft for ratification in January 2013 and is expected to become the video standard of choice for the next decade.
In its latest white paper, Farncombe discusses when DVB operators should consider a cardless security solution for their one-way broadcast network. The Verimatrix-sponsored paper highlights key trends in approaches and total costs of ownership of video security as piracy threats continue to evolve.
After many years of hype, TV/Internet convergence is finally with us, at both the service and device level.
Premium pay-TV services owe their existence to the fact that they are able to supply high-value, attractive content to subscribers who are willing to pay for its exclusivity.