Germany’s domestic football league Bundesliga has chosen Amazon Web Services (AWS) as its technology provider to deliver more in-depth insight into live broadcasts of Bundesliga games and a personalised viewing experience.
BT has become the first operator in the UK to adopt ATEME’s encoder with BISS-CA (Basic Interoperable Scrambling System Conditional Access) encryption for its satellite transmissions.
The free-TV channels of German commercial broadcaster Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland will continue to be available in SD quality unencrypted via Astra (19.2° East) until at least 2024.
NBCUniversal says its new ONE PLATFORM outlet will rebuild the premium video marketplace and adjust to a world already created by viewers.
Hisense has announced the global launch of a completely revamped and updated version of its smart TV platform Vidaa.
Who says the set-top box is dead? Technicolor is demonstrating two versions of its JADE set-top at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week (January 7-10).
Roku has launched a new scheme designed to help consumer electronics brands work with the company’s range of TVs.
TiVo has made a surprise announcement for visitors to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with the launch of the TiVo Stream 4K.
As more operators look to incorporate OTT services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video into their portfolio, Gracenote is working to help on-demand video streaming services, Smart TV makers and traditional cable and satellite operators deliver next-gen content navigation, search and discovery capabilities.
Insys Video Technologies has implemented a new OTT platform named Benfica Play in cooperation with GTC – Sistemas Digitais de Video.